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... my program. We were
all assigned two books to read that address our program’s theme (Modernization
and Social Change) as well as an essay. Due to the fact that I wasn’t able to
order both of the books until I returned from KL and all the errands and visits
that I needed/wanted to do before I left again for the semester, I found myself
scrambling to finish reading the books on my flight from DC to Vienna and ...
... and even my not too easy to impress daughter found here self excitedly heading off down passageways with a torch to see what she could find. Kerak was built around 1140 by the Crusaders and was inherited by the sadistic De Chalellon who tortured people lobbing them off the battlements for a laugh and generally winding up Saladdin until he put up a huge siege and took the castle. De Chatellon was hung from the battlements just about the only defeated crusader to meet such a fate! ...
... It gave me a glimpse into the dichotomous existence that females are accustomed to in Jordan.
Water below/beside/behind = Dead Sea
Wow! Probably the funnest swimming experience I've had in a long time! Some context would help. I'm not a strong swimmer. And I don't like deep water because my imagination runs wild and I always think about creatures that might come up and touch me.
BUT, the Dead Sea makes me float ...
... Who I met t reception whee I am staying Amra Palace international Hotel, which is where I recommend you stay, tell Khalid I sent you. Andrea started a backpacking tour... Came to Jordan, fell in love and the rest is history.... I have met a few Australians here, it is a small world in which we live. What did I do? Walked.... Climbed.... Enjoyed history and it's wonder.... Then came back, experienced a Turkish bath.... I think I prefer our ...
... to Jordan, and another little low altitude hop of 20 minutes in an Embraer, but by now we knew the drill - take your box of juice when you get on, and wave to the farmers below.
Jordan was a pain. Even though we had a visa to originally enter the country, and we were only arriving to pick up our baggage off the carousel and then take another onward flight, we still had to get local money out of an ATM and ...