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... dust on the sidewalks.
It's the snowy morning that made me decide to eat pancakes, with real maple syrup, for breakfast. It felt so... right, so Canadian to dig my fork into that heap of pancakes drenched in syrupy deliciousness. There is something about maple syrup that has a special place in my being. No, it's everything about maple syrup that creates that special place.
It's walking through the woods ...
... bidet (first, because it’s cool and secondly because I had eaten my way through half of Amman). Let’s just say it was a big fail. That thing ain’t ergonomically built to work on tall people. Lots of splash and virtually NO ass! Haha….I expect that housekeeping will be cursing my name tomorrow! hah
Monday, November 17th
Today’s visits were really outstanding. My driver, who spoke virtually no English, was very nice ...
... east are an absolute necessity.
Completely over the extra attention we decided to head on again this time to City Mall and the environment could not have been more different with the shops, fashion and food being so western that we could have been in any mall in America. Finally finding a place that had what we were after and afforded the anonymity that we wanted we picked up almost everything we needed.
Once done shopping and after 2 and a half weeks ...
... course, so we bought nothing but lunch. The really big disappointment was the ice skating rink in the middle of the mall. We noticed that everybody there were such terrible skaters, until we realised that they were trying to skate on a white painted wooden floor!
Back to the hotel, then out to Jafra Restaurant again, our favourite haunt, for another cheap and lovely dinner. We're getting to be known there. They now shake hands with us when we ...
This morning we left Petra and drove through Wadi Mousa, which, I believe, roughly means "Moses' Oasis." This is where Moses smote the rock to get water for the children of Israel. There's still a natural spring here with water coming out of it. It's now in a non-descript little building, and our guide tells us that odds are this really is the place where that miracle happened. I put my hand into the water and instantly my old broken thumb was healed!