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... which was a beautifully remodeled castle on top of a hill just outside of the city. I got to meet Danae and Henry, the couple couchsurfing at Saman’s place. They are one of the cutest couples I have met along this journey. Listening to their stories of traveling together was inspiring. All this time I have been thinking that it is nearly impossible to travel long term with another person but they seem to have mastered it! They ...
... I think you probably have to be here
for two or three days, not one night. Everything is very rustic, with even the
lifts lined in dark wood. There is a big
swimming pool filled with bath
temperature water (or hotter), a gym, a sauna, and full spa service. We had a swim (to hopefully stop us getting
any stiff muscles) at 7.30.
After our big day, it was an early night, with Ron under
threat of death if he woke Emma up in the morning!
... approximately 45 minutes, until the authorities released her. After that small mishap, we met Neil, our driver and exited the airport; I knew in that moment I was going to love the country. I try to keep it all positive on the blog, but there are some things about Jordan I cannot stand. 1. Everything, I mean everything, everything, is beige. The ground. The buildings. The sky when the forecast is sand storm. Everything. 2. People on the street hate themselves and the world. Jordanians have ...
... to try to get more out of you than you originally bargained. Some are just persistent to the point of ridiculousness. The difficulty is telling these two types of people apart. They can look incredibly similar. Two days ago I almost walked the entirely wrong direction looking for a pharmacy because I listened to a local who was also a horse carriage driver looking for passengers. Luckily I was saved by the tour manager and pointed in the right ...
Temperatures are expected to dip to almost freezing, which to me is a lovely temperature to go for a stroll, but here it is 13 degrees lower than usual for this time of year here and causes concerns about freezing crops and water pipes. They are predicting snow due to a polar front that is expected to last until Saturday, putting the Greater Amman Municipality on "maximum alert" ...