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... nature will have its way
on how the maple syrup season goes.
Though maple syrup is also produced in the U.S., it is ironically Canadian. I saw a bottle of Canadian maple syrup in the store last week and the sight of it excited me to the bottom of my heart and being. I didn't buy it, but I know it's there and just that helps, even if I can't be part of the creating process.
As I sat here savouring the rich ...
... BY it. It’s all about passion and relationships. Not sure if others are doing it that way…(by the way, I wound up already getting an application from Jordanian Royalty the same day---HUGE score. I expect an invite to the Royal Palace SOON!)
I got back to the hotel in time to get the cab ride to the airport, albeit 6 hours before my flight. But honestly, I was so tired of bartering for transportation prices, I was happy to cling onto another staff member’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 ...
... to me. If you want to go, go. Tourism? Well, everything's open, but the tourism industry is really hurting. If you are prepared to go, there are no queues, prices are really competitive, and everybody is really falling over themselves to ensure that they give good service and get good reviews. The number of times that they asked you to leave a good review was off the scale, and we even got reminder phone calls when we hadn't done them in a few hours. Where else would you get ...
... if it weren't for his white cane. His lovely wife, Jenny, was such a support for him and I was so touched to see how the two of them worked together. So admirable!
Anyway, the guide inside the church noticed Robin and led him past the roped-off area so that he could kneel down on the ancient mosaic. The guide then moved Robin's hand around to feel the various parts of the mosaic and explained what each section was. The guide was so tenderhearted and the ...