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... they would normally do, with the exception of spoons. They would use hands. We had lentil soup with a squeeze of lemon juice . You would not believe how good that tastes . From now on that is how I will serve my lentil soup! Then came the platter of rice and chicken , served with natural yoghurt and a tomato and cucumber salad.......delicious. Followed by fresh ...
... I was feeling that there was an ethical problem with climbing something so fragile. Although it had been there for so many years, and it was unlikely to break anytime soon, I wasn't prepared to have my footsteps help to create an extra groove into the sandstone. Our trucks were waiting for us and we hopped in and they sped their way to a sunset point. We made it just in time. The sun set in the perfect positioning between a couple of mountains and made the sky ...
... wafting through opened windows, as families break a long day of fasting. I will keep the scarf close at hand from this point on. All being said, our experience of Jordan so far is one of incredibly friendly and welcoming people. Apart from my encounters with a few testosterone driven young men, I feel incredibly safe and at ease in this place. Wesam leaves the car unlocked with his iphone charging and his personal effects lying on the dashboard. Theft, he says, ...
... without paying the visa fee which is a little rediculous for 3 days, and they're increasing it in the future. After he stamped our passports, I'm pretty sure we had a retinal scan with some contraption on the counter and we were finished. We raced to the Popeyes and finally got our dinner. After that the rest was just travel. 5 hour flight to France, 5 hour layover, and a 7 hour flight to DC to hang out with some family and check out the capital's sights.
... valleys, and many more magnificent carved structures. The ancient monuments have exotic names like Street of Facades, High Place of Sacrifice, Sacred Hall, Silk Tomb and Temple of The Winged Lions. How could anyone not be romanced by the place?
I won't lie - it was unexpectedly tough going. Blazing hot, sweaty, aching muscles, blistered feet, and a throbbing twisted ankle. Our guide Ayman bounded ahead of us with great ease ...