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Harry doesn't normally do a blog for such a short trip, but such were the overwhelming successes of Harry in Latin America and Harry in Indochina he thought he'd offer up a sequel. So let me begin by announcing that I successfully entered Jordan (fnar fnar) on a Saturday night to be greeted by a moustachioed man holding a sign. I wonder if Peter André saw the same thing. He (the moustachioed man, not Peter André) took my passport and those ...
... color: rgba(0, 0, 0, 0); box-sizing: border-box;">Can you imagine being there, watching this place, this pond, and thinking that right there, almost 2000 years ago Jesus was there and was baptised.. when you are there, it's easy to imagine the people, going to the river, with John waiting in the water and baptising them..
It was humbling, it was inspiring, it was ...
... my way up the hill in the centre of town trying to find a way up to the Citadel. Amman is full of barber shops and you can imagine the look on the barbers faces as i passed their shops with this dopey, scruffy beard and hair, they thought Christmas had come early as a lot of them beckoned me in. I had lost my way slightly at one point and in my hesitation I was summoned into one barbers shop and entered an empty shop with a father and son combo who thought they had bagged ...
We were getting picked up
from the hotel at 5.30pm to drive to the airport, so we decided to pack up our
bags, put them in storage and head out to find a HOHO bus. I had been
interested to note that there is no City Sightseeing HOHO in Istanbul, so for
our first time, we tried the Big Bus, the brown buses we have seen in other
cities. I figured they would operate in the same way, and this proved
correct, as well as the ticket price being about the same.
... of the Sri Lankans and monks did the hike completely barefoot? Yeah it's crazy, no thank you. About halfway through the hike, the group had to split. I was thankful that we finally decided to do so. I think everyone was happier going at their own pace, and to be honest I was concerned that we would not make it to the top in time to see the sunrise. So we trekked along. As a side note, two of the girls doing this hike were hit by cars in Amman less than a week before we left. One had ...