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... time there, but that would
have been pushing my luck with Ron, I think. I was able to purchase the
one thing I wanted while we were away - the Turkish slippers. Of course
we managed to purchase a few other little bits too!
While driving around on the
Big Bus, I was surprised to see some City Sightseeing buses, but they were not
the HOHO buses we have used in so many other countries. After driving the
most popular red route, I decided ...
... which is apparently even more beautiful, though I do not know how that is possible.
When I first came back to Amman. I struggled quite a bit with being here. I wanted to go home, home, and I missed my family, friends, and normal life. I still do, but I'm doing a lot better now. I remember why I love Jordan, despite its faults, and why I love the Arabic language. It was so hard to not write half of this in Arabic. Sometimes the words are just better and describe exactly what ...
... glass window of the tomb with the bones, it’s possible to see them
all. After spending some time in the cave, we sat outside and enjoyed the
weather for a bit. It was such a nice day, and it felt so good to be away from
the dirtiness and crowdedness of the city. Thank goodness that it was a nice
day, because our taxi driver who claimed he would pick us up in ten minutes
actually meant ten Jordanian minutes. We waited for ...
... if communicating telepathically we both saw a four seasons and knew that was our out. A very quick story about visiting friends there and then some pretty stern instructions to stop the car we handed over 5JD and bid the charleton a very sarcastic goodbye.
Inside the four seasons we managed to get online, get the Arabic spelling and map location of our hotel and ordered a much more pleasant taxi, this driver had us there in no time at all and although we had to part ...
... is seen everything is wanted to see in four hours. After two days we went to another town called Dana. This place was hilarious . The way Intrepid described this place , it sounded like we were going to the Serengeti for the day. Lush gardens. Wild animals. It was literally a dirt hole with zero life!! The trek was so bad that me and two others turned back after thirty minutes. The others braved it but couldn't stop laughing at how bad it ...