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Snow day #1 – hibernation.
Snow day #2 – go out and play!
Unlike yesterday when the streets were
deserted, today they were filled with about nine inches of snowy
slush, children throwing snowballs and a handful of cars with
spinning tires trying to get up the hill.
Small rivers of melting snow flowed
down the hilly streets in the tire tracks, pooling on the lower
streets where the ...
... here in Jordan teaching public speaking. I wasn’t sure if I was offered a job or if this tall, gorgeous woman was looking for a date….either way, I think I could have made out just fine hah..
So, I took my ride and sit here waiting for my flight to Bahrain. Tired, hungry, but energized by the last two days’ appointments. I’m ready to board my plane after a 6 hour wait, one espresso, a shawarma (instead of Popeye’s) and finalizing the lingo for this first blog. More to ...
... It is in fact the 5th most water poor country in the world.
After enjoying the ruins and the outlook the location gave us of the rest of the city we descended some stairs through a local neighbourhood towards the old Roman theatre.
On the way down the stairs we all got a lot more than we bargained for, as we were standing taking some photos a kid of about 12 was making his was up towards us, in his hand looked like something odd and on closer inspection it ...
First thing we went to a site that looked over the area we walked in yesterday or was amazing to look down on the large area for an even higher spot.
Drove through Dhiban the capital of the Moabite kingdom. The story of Ruth and Naomi came from this area. Then we went on to Madaba. note the importance of the 'Messer Stone' basalt stone from this area that a king of this area wrote down about ...
... a tour of any length to suit exactly what you want to do, at a very reasonable price, and then overwhelm you with great service. His guide, Dalia, was knowledgable, helpful and friendly. Really, there is no reason not to go. But then there's Cairo as a place. The Big Mac index is $5.80, so it's not cheap to live in, but neither is it expensive. Whilst the antiquities are amazing, and a great reason to visit, the rest of the city gives an overwhelming sense of heading ...