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... I didn't want to
take his hat but had heard of this custom somewhere and wasn't sure
what the appropriate response was. I tried to give the hat back but
he said he would buy another one. After some back and forth through a
friend-translator about not taking his hat and taking his hat,
someone with him brought an Adidas hat from the store which he put
on, so I now have a Toronto Maple Leafs hat.
Mental note: ...
... day and dropped in the odd Shukran. Not a bad price for the tickets 19JOD return about 17GBP for a 3.5 hour journey. Weather is behaving very strangely. One moment is bucketing down then the sun tries to break through. Hopefully it will clear up in the afternoon so we can get a view from the restaurant we are are going to for a late lunch/early dinner. R&R is on the cards today mainly as we are all a bit jaded from last night's ...
... 3JD this time it was not begrudgingly.
Inside the hotel we unpacked our spoils and went to sleep.
Our second day started with the same breakfast but a couple of more faces for the tour. We organised today to actually explore the city (after some more basin laundry) and headed off first towards another Blue Mosque. Having been assured that it would be open even though it was Eid we arrived to find it firmly shut so instead grabbed the first taxi we could ...
... and getting the best prices possible. Seb claims he would have done things differently, but realising we only had one day left in the city to ourselves, I decided to settle on certain prices which, looking back, may have been slightly steep still. As evening drew near, all of us donned our beautiful dresses and smart suits! A wave of perfumes and aftershaves filled the foyer as we readied to depart on our bus. Eventually, we arrived at what can only be ...
... the monastery, which we weren't. Its a historical site but again, not really maintained or kept up. There's a wadi (dry riverbed/valley) that we were looking down into with the monastery above us that was littered with soda and water bottles, and even a set of 3 chairs arranged on the bottom in a circle. Kind of weird.
We spent about an hour or so in Jericho and then headed over to the Dead Sea for lunch and swim at the beach.