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- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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- Continental Breakfast
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... thinks about it; the Middle East usually
comes as a total package in North American minds and Jordan is part
of that. That is partly what motivated me to write blogs (although
until now inconsistently) and begin working on a documentary.
As for what I am doing besides
documenting my experiences, I am volunteering at the Amman
Baccalaureate School, an international school focusing on a bilingual
... seems to be in the suburbs rather than Central Amman. Taline and her sister arrived and we'd only been catching up for about 10 minutes before Elizabeth arrived so we literally dumped her bag in the room and headed off to a very nice Lebanese restaurant that Taline's sister had connections with. This resulted in excellent service and a wonderful evening. The following morning after an early breakfast Elizabeth and I set about trying to plan our itinerary in order to maximise ...
... Israeli airspace and must lift the window blinds and remove our headsets to "be alert". I look around the plane at the other passengers, and most continue on in ambivalence. Michael and I stare out the window at the lights of tel Aviv beneath us, both of us mulling over the same question over in our heads. All seems peaceful from the air... I am a little late this year. Usually in the frenzied anticipation of our travels, I try to settle ...
... at 9.00 am when the sun reaches between the siq’s walls, but this is also the time most visitors arrive so the photographic opportunity is reduced by the number of tourists milling around!
On the advice of the (often helpful, occasionally really wrong) Lonely Planet, we took a very steep hike – up more steps – to the Place of High Sacrifice. For this effort we were fortunately rewarded by great views of city’s ...