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We arrived in Amman at 5am local time feeling very weary and crumpled. I did not know if we would be able to check in to our hotel until midday but was very happy to find that not only did they have a room for us but we also had breakfast. Result!
After a few hours of much needed sleep we decided to go to the old town as John (my husband …
... the most interesting for last, an American boy. So he graduated like two or three years ago from Tufts. He studied abroad in Jordan as a junior in Irbid. After graduation, he knew he wanted to work in Jordan, so he took an internship here, and then that internship turned into a job. That was two years ago. He works at an government watch company. I basically would love to have his life. He's really good at Arabic, and now speaks English with an Arab accent. He found ...
After Emma went off to school, Ron and I had breakfast - I had felt a bit "seedy" (no alcohol last night!!!), so thought tea and toast would fix it. No such luck. I started vomiting, then teeth chatteringly cold, then, a bit later hot, then it all started again. This carried on until lunch time, and then I slept on an off all afternoon. We were due at the school at 12.30 for the spring assembly, to hear ...
... for me using the phone. It's easy to think the world is a big bad place, but most people are decent and helpful. The fact that he gave his phone to a complete stranger speaking a foreign language showed genuine trust. Jehad turned up about fifteen minutes later and drove us back to the hotel in Madaba. It had been a long day, a physically demanding day again, so we were both shattered, but we wouldn't get much of a lie in as we agreed with Jehad that he would pick us up at 8am the next ...
... Israelites to where he saw The Promised Land and then died as it was prophesied that he would not go there. He is believed to be buried in the valley named for him. From Mount Nebo we could see across The Jordan Valley into Israel. Directly opposite from the site you can clearly see Jericho where Moses successor led his people and in the distance on the horizon is Jerusalem. It is hard to make out the River Jordan since it was a small dark line from here flowing into The Dead ...