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... most common in hot and dry conditions, which have been prevalent across much of the Middle East this summer. The two ingredients needed are an availability of dust or sand particles at the surface and enough sustained wind to get those particles moving. I think we are on the edge of the storm; while we did not have the winds, the sky became hazier as the day went on. Many of the Jordanians were wearing face masks. By ...
... UNESCO World Heritage Site, is full of beggars and peddlers. Site authorities advise you not to patronize these people but do nothing to control the circus. For these people, access is gained over the hills that surround the site so control is difficult.
The rest of the site contains Nabatean and Roman ruins such as an amphitheatre and Royal Tombs. As the day grew hotter and the peddlers more aggressive, we decided to leave. Now we understand the ...
... and several salads) and a main dish. Karl had a mixed grill of chicken, lamb and some kind of sausage with French fries and I had a dish called “maglouba”, which means “upside down”. It was a bone-in chicken breast and wing with a yellow rice/vegetable dish (which looked as though it had been put on the plate by turning a bowl full of it upside down on the plate). Though neither of us cared much for the lamb, everything else was delicious!
We then ...
I slept so peacefully throughout the night. I don't even know what I dreamed about. I had a short shower, since I didn't when I got back from the hiking the night before, then put on my swimsuit. I was going diving this morning. I sent my friend Mandi a message. She is going through her own breakup struggles, and sometimes misery does love company. We are both trying to be supportive to each other and we experience the highs and lows that is involved in the ...
... stuff and go. While it was a scary experience, it was also a memorable experience I'm sure is unlikely to repeat. It was the right call to make as our camp was by a large rock and rivers were already starting to form as the dry desert couldn’t soak it up fast enough. We found ourselves laughing out of nervousness and even nearly a day after it still plays ever so vividly in our mind. It would have been neat to get photos and videos of the whole event, but with the ...