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We had a long flight with not much excitement, first time to fly on an Airbus, seated like 400+ people. One of the girls on our tour got sick and up chucked in her free blanket the airlines give us. They took our passports at the airport which was scary, then we watched Dr. Anderson do a ventriloquist ...
... which is right on the Red Sea. We had some lunch once we got their and then checked into our hotel rooms before deciding to head out to a coffee shop for coffee and sheesha. We ended up staying there most of the afternoon getting to know the family that was travelling together. Whe it was getting close to dinner time we headed back to the hotel and met everyone else who hadn't joined us in the lobby and headed out to the English pub that Eddie had pointed outt o ...
... as there was a guy playing the bagpipes in the amphitheatre and our guide sounded like bluebottle from The Goons. I loved Jerash and find it hard to describe so have not done it justice. Personally I preferred it to Petra as you can get a feeling of how people lived their lives, where they bought their food and. How they worshipped. After roasting at Jerash we headed up the mountain to the impressively sited Crusader castle ...
... need to do it again :-).
The best part of the trip was my funny taxi driver, telling me weird stories and trying to convince me to go to Jerash with him (a roman site north of Amman).
In Madaba heavy rain started. The driver brought me to my hostel in Amman (Sydney Hostel). In the evening I had another very nice arabic dinner and bough some arabic sweets in a recommended shop before heading back to my room for a good sleep.
... s Human rights and Compliance Committee and he was the one to vote for the removal of Sam Rainsy, saying: “Up to 99% of members of the National Assembly share the idea”. Subsequently, in 2006, after Sam Rainsy’s return on February 10 to meet Prime Minister Hun Sen two days later, Kem Sokha aggressively criticized the renovation of SRP and accused Sam Rainsy as a reactionary. On March 22 the same year, Kem Sokha ...