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... times in Jordan I experienced someone only interested in "chasing the dollar!"
Iain had told me about a group of Jordanians who played the bagpipes in one of the Amphitheaters. I had heard the distant sound of bagpipes throughout the day walking round the ruins and decided to leave 'a wee bit of home" to last. They were playing in the South theatre, which was very well preserved and the sound was superb. Iain had told me that these were the only people in Jordan who were ...
... his passport to the ground and stormed off.’ She was slightly older than him with long hair, tied back, her round face remained expressionless throughout his outburst. She now casually bent down and picked up the discarded passport. Her slightly heavier frame then grabbed both case handles and wheeling them behind her left in the same direction as’ Mr Angry!!’
‘Well at least we’re getting some entertainment while we wait!’ I whispered ...
... up, and I sat next to a
Palestinian/Jordanian surgeon. On his other side was a Polish girl, who was
coming to Amman to study the Arabian language for a month. He spent a lot
of time chatting to her, and gave her his contact details before landing. He
had said he had his family living with him in Jordan, and had asked if she had
anyone meeting her. He could have been caring, but he could have been
hitting on her!?
Mustaffa made us ...
... snorkel and hang out on the boat. I enjoyed snorkeling, but I have to say, it is not my forte. The mask is not so bad, I only drank part of the (very salty) ocean, but those darn flippers. I could not get the hang of them. There was one moment when three of us were drowning and cracking up at how awful we were at the whole fixing your mask and not letting your flippers drown you thing. Then one of the girls dropped her breathy tube and it fell to the bottom of the ocean. Okay, you had ...
... to Damascus & Aleppo. We, as always, remembered my first dip in the Dead Sea! How thrilled I was to plunge into the water only to bounce right back to the surface! There's no feeling as that of floating in water, without any effort!
So it's time to leave Amman. It has been a successful trip as far as business is concerned. Enjoyed catching up with old friends and business contacts. I will be back, ...