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... It means travel buddies and roommates. He thinks he'll stay here for another year then go back to the US. It sounds like the most perfect couple of years.
Now back to the trip, we went to Wadi Zarq Ma'ain وادي زرقاء ماعين. This area is most famous for it's hot springs, and in the middle of the Wadi, there's a five-star hotel, for those who choose the luxurious hot springs ...
After a very restless night on my part, we were up at 5.15! Emma's normal rising time so she leaves for school at 6.15. I was "on" lunches, Emma was on breakfast, so after a quick shower, I made sandwiches - lettuce, tomato and bacon. Not very inspiring, but we also had fruit and fresh dates. At 6.15 we were downstairs, and Mohammed was ready and waiting for us. It had been raining heavily during the night, and was still raining. Emma said ...
Sahleb- sooo delicious, a warm milk drink topped with nuts
Cinnamon Drink- I’m not sure exactly what this is called,
but water and sticks of cinnamon are boiled together, some other stuff is added
and is served with walnuts (this one is good for you)
Spinach Pies- similar to a Greek pastry, also served with
sweet chees or meat
Rice and Chicken
Bean breakfast food- ...
... at our favorite cafe. I had a delicious brownie. A little later that night, I had a really nice dinner with some close friends.
As Part of my program we all take a trip in order to do a small comparative study. So on October 22nd my whole program flew to Istanbul where we learned/vacationed for a week. On weekday morning we would have lectures and in the afternoon sight see and do our own exploring. For those of you who ...
... through a water wheel. We also got the opportunity to feel like rock stars in the amphitheatre when we were shown where to stand so that our normal voices amplified like we were on a microphone. This was a strange feeling but showed amazingly sophisticated architecture.
All finished in Jerash we headed back to Madaba but not before stopping at a local take away to get some more amazing falafel and shawarma sandwiches at an absolute steal.
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