Capri Hotel & Suites
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... experiments with a bunsen burner behind an unnecessary perspex screen. The sea has an oily feel to it and signs all around the resort of Amman Beach warn you to avoid getting it in your eyes and to avoid ingesting it. Needless to say Harry managed both. Whilst floating on one's back a tidy equilibrium must be maintained or else one starts gently barrelling over onto one's front. Natural human instinct is to try to prevent this roll ...
... border-box;">I wish I had learned swimming here!!! It would have been much easier!.. except that the water is completely undrinkable: it's so salty that just a little bit literrally makes you sick in the mouth already, it's ho-rri-ble.
But that's the price to pay to be on the lowest place on earth.. sone 400m below sea level! How cool is that?!!
... Arabic". I think they started to take the good natured **** so I started to say "Shway" which means "a little bit, slowly", referring to my lack of Arabic. It was all I could do, rooted to the spot saying "Shway, sway, sway" in all sorts of tones and they thought I was completely mad so when they uttered English to me I told them I was from New Zealand and took stage left. I didn't want the Scots name to be tarnished by my idiotic ways........sorry Kiwis. It's great being ...
... the gardens. The high
sloping areas coming down to the roads had a sort of grid embedded in them.
It was visible in some areas and looked like it might have been made of
the coconut fibre (?) that those little seedling pots are made of, or maybe
cardboard, cut with slits so that when it was stretched out, it formed
something like a net. This enabled the intricate planting of the many
designs which were so beautiful. Card to capture as we sped past ...
... strange phenomenon. We rang the big bell and started our descent down the mountain. If going up was hard, going down was worse. Not only had we been hiking for hours before (the whole journey was 8 hours) without sleep, every step I took down every part of me that could jiggle, jiggled, and let me tell you, it was painful. The strangest part about the descent is that you can finally see everything that you passed at night. It felt like we were in a completely new place, nothing ...