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... br> But what we saw was amazing. It has a huge collection of all periods of Jordanian history - from the stone age to modern Jordan.
We only got to the first alphabets then we were kicked out in a very friendly way.
It was brandnew - it only opened a couple of months ago; I"ll try again when I return to Amman.
We then went to have dinnner at a restaurant full of Jordanians; I had my first Mashaf, traditional Jordanian food, which is rice, meat and ...
... et mes regrets de ne pas avoir visité Alep avant sa quasi destruction m'ont motivée pour me bouger pendant deux semaines jusqu'à Amman avant que le Chaos règne dans ce pays aussi.
Le voyage fut… turc… all the way. Arrivée à l'aéroport Queen Alia, le staff de la Turkish n'arrivait pas à ouvrir les portes et nous avons donc eu le droit à une heure en plus dans nos sièges. Super. Un autre verre svp. Puis j'ai eu ...
... a good job from the scenes themselves.
The map was just there on the floor, with little protection for something so ancient and precious. When services are held here the carpet is simply rolled over it! It is in an unusual alignment with Jerusalem at the centre and the Dead Sea aligned east/west rather than its more usual north/south. Please spend some time in the visitor centre, the map is in ancient greek, and unless you are my father-in-law, ...
... union (not sure what he thought the 51st state was!). Despite being a monarchy under King Abdullah II, the U.S. pumps a TON of money into Jordan to pay rent on military installations (East Jordan is where much of the Iraq war was staged from) and thus the US government has a lot of say in the goings-on here in Jordan. On top of that, almost every tourism site seems to be funded by USAID.
Everyone is incredibly nice so far and we've felt safe ...
... had done Petra and headed home.
The next day started with a 7.30am taxi ride to Wadi Rum, a small village in the desert. We were met at the Visitors Center and crammed into a tiny jeep before transferring into a marginally larger one for our jeep safari. This ran for the whole day and we saw so much. The Bedouins allow their camels to roam free so while we were visiting Lawrence Spring a camel wandered over to the water trough for a drink. Numerous places we visited ...
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