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... coach, he sat next to everybody' fat. Harry wondered whether he would have the energy to show us around any sites or whether the tour would be in slow motion... Harry's first memory of Jordan is of a man trying to push an elderly lady on a wheelchair down an escalator at the airport. Health and safety isn't really a thing here... One assumes his intentions were good, but predictably the lady fell forward out of the chair and barrel rolled ...
The Jordan river has receeded since Jesus time and now runs about 500 meters to the west. We proceeded to the river and arrived to the current baptismal site where pilgrims and new converts renew or get baptised for the first time. Philippe and I plunged our hands into the river and washed them. On the other side of the river, just 10 meters away lies ...
... with his hands. I had absolutely no idea what he just said but I knew there were a few streets involved trying to get up to the Citadel. He then gestured for me to sit in the shop with him and his father and he asked me where i was from, I told him Scotland and he uttered the classic sentence every Jordanian states to foreigners if there is a language barrier or indeed even if there isn't "Welcome to Jordan!" The Jordanians say it was such warmth, putting their hands on their heart, ...
researched the routes, and found that the red one was the one to be one.
This one took about 2 hours to complete. We hopped off at Taksim
Square for a look around. One of the tour guides we had had previously
had told us that Taksim Square was where all the pretty girls were.
Really?! There really had been nothing until then which seemed
particularly interesting. Not far from the bus stop there was a Starbucks, so
with two avid ...
... problems and the other had a fractured hip, but they both did it. We kept climbing, and as we got closer and closer to the peak the steps got steeper and the wind stronger. We finally made it to the top with plenty of time to spare. The hike was pleasant, and though it was not the spiritual journey I thought it would be, it was a great time for the group to bond a bit. I think it would have been more moving if done alone, but I'm glad I did it the first time with friends. When we ...
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