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- fresh falafals, hummus and naan bread, enough to fee 8 of us for $5 jd and have left overs
- walking and walking, not starting a car to go where I need to
- seeing camels on our way to Ikea
What I don't like:
- the garbage strewn around and blowing here and there
- the smoking although it's not as bad as I imagined
- the noise some days, kids playing in the streets, a man that walks around with cotton ...
... their goats. I don't understand how people can live out here the heat even in May is terrible and there is very little shade to be had. On one side of the road is Israel and on the other runs the spine of Petra's mountains. The drive from Aqaba takes around 3 hours and the scenery varies from scrubby desert to sand dunes to oases like cultivated areas where tomato, watermelon and bananas grow. King Hussain had a policy of providing free houses for ...
... for us to share with our coffee and then, no sooner than dane had sat down, Hani quickly headed in there, emerging with serviettes for us. He was really lovely. "Welcome to Jordan!", he said folding and placing the serviettes under our coffee cups. We walked up to the Citadel, a national historical site and archeological museum perched up on the highest hill in the centre of town, giving a great view over Amman. This summit has been used as ...
... us, or Anna in particular. I assured it that it would be the epitome of rude for them to have been disparaging us, or even worse, talking about Anna. It just wouldn't be in their nature. The first question they had asked us was, "Where are you from." We responded, "the United States," to which they replied "You are welcome." This exchange became the hallmark of our time in Jordan. Everywhere we went -- from ...
... we were pretty much the only ones there. Some of them obviously weren't expecting anybody to be out, and one poor guy jumped up in an awful hurry to turn the lights on and open the restaurant door when he saw us reading the outside menu. Pretty much had our chosen restaurant to ourselves. Goodness knows how they kept the dozen staff, as well as those in the kitchen, employed. However, it was a lovely meal. Real vegetables for the first time in weeks was a treat (did I just say ...