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... I went to Amman with the intention of having some of that down time I keep promising myself. I always imagine having a few days to sleep, be lazy, read, and work on this here blog. It never seems to work out that way! I stayed at the Sydney Hotel which is actually set up like a hostel. With its huge living room like common area, patio, pet cats, and friendly staff it began to feel like home immediately! I decided that I would spend the ...
... stand up.
We then got google maps into action, to find our way to our
next port of call, Evason Ma'in Hot Springs. All went well until we neared the town of
Tafilah, when we "drove off the road", and it didn't matter which
exit we chose off the roundabout, our little blue dot was going in the wrong
direction. We stopped and asked a man outside a house, but that was hopeless,
as he had no idea what Emma was asking about.
... which is how you go up. We took alternative elevators and went through floors not usually open to the public. Despite my prior beliefs that most of the burj is an office building, it is actually mostly an apartment building. I can't even imagine. Really, I can't.
We made it back to the airport in time for our flight to Colombo, Sri Lanka. Four hours later we landed. Unfortunately one of the girls entered her birthday incorrectly on her visa application and had to be ...
... who genuinely want to help you and give Egypt a good reputation with foreigners. I had the chance to eat in the homes of two Egyptian families during the tour and their hospitality was impeccable. Seeing some of the tour members play football with the local children was a delight. Some of the directions I got from the locals were spot on. The other type of people are looking to force their assistance on you in order to earn money, or send you round ...
Jordan doesn't have the infrastructure or equipment to handle snow, but Jordanians sure know how to prepare to hunker down for a storm. The whole city shuts down when it snows, but it's the busiest you'll ever see it just before the storm.
Grocery store shelves are empty, traffic is at a honking stand-still, and school was pre-emptively cancelled for tomorrow, our first day back after ...