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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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... bidet (first, because it’s cool and secondly because I had eaten my way through half of Amman). Let’s just say it was a big fail. That thing ain’t ergonomically built to work on tall people. Lots of splash and virtually NO ass! Haha….I expect that housekeeping will be cursing my name tomorrow! hah
Monday, November 17th
Today’s visits were really outstanding. My driver, who spoke virtually no English, was very nice ...
... as well
as any other needs that arise. I have to learn spell all over
again, like the British this time. Fortunately they use "our"
in words such as favour and colour like we do, but I will have to
adjust to "programme" and "capitalise" without a
zed. I will also be involved in student life and the community as
much as possible. My colleagues are wonderful!
I'm here through Foundation ...
... gold souk", named for its concentration of gold jewelry shops selling unique local items. It is very clean and the people very friendly.
Pope Francis is visiting today. They call him "Baba", which means father. He is causing massive traffic jams as the city works to keep him safe. So we cut our day short and came back to the hotel for our ...
... I witnessed a rather frightening one last night after dinner. Our local guide Luchmann showed off his impressive tambourine skills WHILE DRIVING us through downtown Amman, steering with only a pinky finger and one knee while he tapped and shook the instrument along to some catchy Arabic dance music. I almost screamed when he lurched around a traffic circle without missing a beat. Ahhhhhhh!!! See video evidence below. Obviously I survived.
... And a bar. We were directed to our tent, one in a row of about thirty semi detached tent rooms was small but it had an ensuite bathroom, which was great but not in the least soundproof. Things like these certainly test the bounds of friendship! We mounted camels for a sunset camel ride through the desert, which I loved but Judith was less keen. As we were getting started the camel behind me decided it liked me and constantly kept batting it's eyelashes at me, sniffing my hair ...