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... girl that studied abroad in Amman six years ago and who is now getting her Master's in Oman. It was interesting to hear how much Amman has changed in just a short amount of time. She also completely sold me on Oman; the nature, the beaches, the serenity, and the lack of creepy men. It sounds perfect. I'll just add that to my list of places to visit. Anyway I have a lot of homework to start, so I'll catch everyone up later! Have a good weekend!
... the end of an adventure, but instead looking back and celebrating the journey so far and looking ahead with excitement for what still remains.
I had intended to post photos of the highlights but our internet connection can't handle that right now so photos will have to wait. Sorry. (Looks like my recent trip to Canada reinforced my Canadian-ness, apologizing for something I can't help...)
Here's to the rest of the adventure!
It has taken way too long for me to write my blog! So tired, so busy and I wanted to write everything but before time goes on any more I will get writing.
We left Chicago with great memories, Mom and Dad met us there to bring our truck back so we had time to tour around. It really is a super neat city and I want to go back one day when it's not so crowded and see everything!
Thanks to Tim and Susan Chung for bringing Mildred Lindquist and meeting us at the ...
... Shortly thereafter, it was down to the Dead Sea for a float or two or three. While the water is super salty and buoyant, it took a few tries to actually float and take a signature photo. Most guidebooks suggest a photo of yourself reading the newspaper. As none of us had a newspaper, I whipped out my Lonely Planet Jordan book as a substitute. Reading a book on Jordan while floating on the Jordanian side of the Dead Sea – a ...
... country with a good infrastructure, but the average wage is very low. So it's an interesting thing to see the overwhelming number of gold shops and, unlike Australia, they are stocked to the rafters with gold chains, ornaments, bracelets, bangles, rings, pendants and goodness knows what else, with the front window jam packed with stock. Goodness knows where they get the money to buy any of it, although I think that the purchase of gold plays a big part ...