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... the cafeteria with
fresh produce, assisting with different aspects of the school play,
and working with students in the Round Square Club. I am hoping to
get involved in more outreach work through one of the school's
programs after the holidays.
The Amman Baccalaureate School is one
of two schools in Amman the foundation works with. The other school
is a Muslim special needs school which is almost entirely ...
... which made me a little nervous. We ventured out to the same burger place we had been to the last time we were there for dinner and then came back to the hotel for bed. For our last morning of the Jordan tour we left the hotel at 8:30 and drove up to the ancient city of Jerash. We spent the morning there looking around the roman ruins. It was really hot as well that day and wasn't a huge amount of shade there to hide in. We had a random bagpipes performance in one of ...
... another hijab flip) in Germany for the next few years. He saw her last year for the first time in a couple years and decided she would be his wife. His mother called her father and they arranged a meeting with the family's. The customary thing to do is for the mans family to call back 2 days after the initial meeting to give the woman time to think and make a decision but They called back a half hour after the meeting and Raheem said she ...
... day comes to a close as we return to Amman for a group dinner, on G Adventures. One member of our group is actually their photo/video producer, so we also have a professional on hand to have great photos at the end. Who knows you might see us in next year’s brochure =) So, back to dinner, we headed over to Tawaheen Al Hawa Restaurant – noted on Trip Advisor as well. Frequented by local Jordanians (although looking ...
... people that they can't do anything to fix the problems in Cambodia. We will have information booths on the street in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, Sihanookville and, for the particularly dedicated volunteers, Snuol, giving out information to locals how it is best not to rely on or expect any benefit from expat aid workers as they can't really change anything and never have. Examples can be listed in flyers, such as the original UNTAC ...