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Travel Blogs from Amman
... crazy and throwing the husband-to-be in the air.
No cars could pass but they weren"t shouting in anger but joining in the singing.
They stopped in front of the house where the bride must have been living but, of course, I never got to see her.
Only little girls very scantily dressed.... Later on the bride came out - or at least, I assume it was the bride - she was covered in a burka but was wearing incredibly high white heels.
All the women ...
... poster from a local artist Tamer Al Ahmar. The woman is Asmahan (click to see video) a famous libanese - syrian singer.
We kept going around to local handcraft shops and artists' workshop. For sure we met Soliman and Hürrem at a cross road… Mühteşem Yüzyil is everywhere…
We then ran to a hamam in downtown. Have no fear, nothing beats the original turkish hamam. But it was still very oh very very sweet ...
... sadly I can't remember the name of the kiosk to sing their praises, but it was our first real experience outside of the hospitality industry of just how brilliant Jordanians are and their real need to help, a really hospitable nation. He took a great deal of time to make sure the SIM card worked, didn't try to sell us more than we needed, and when he discovered he had run out of 5 JD scratch cards he transferred 5 JD from his own phone to mine. For 10 JD I had ...
... the end of The Siq. By this point it was completely dark and they had started setting up for the night tour of Petra. We were stoked as we had looked at doing this (it cost 12 JD), so it was basically free entry for us. Small bags with candles in them lit up The Siq and the walkway up to the road so it was incredible walking out with huge walls on either side, a star covered sky and candles lighting the way.
Day 2 of Petra meant another much needed sleep in before ...
... your suitcase. As we were walking around the store my eyes fell on this particular piece of furniture and it was love at first sight. It was a card table with beautiful carvings that had four seats, backgammon board, chess board and a cloth layer for cards. The price was a whopping NZ$10,000. They tried to convince me to buy it but I told them how we were travelling and we just don't have that money at the moment. It was time to leave, an hour later we arrived ...
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