Gondola Hotel and Suites
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... play the bagpipes and as such he has hired them for his wedding in October. Iain said to me before he left "Make sure you mention your Scottish and also Iain and Dana, he will love it". Iain also mentioned they only speak Arabic so I managed to get the message across I was Scottish easily enough but when I said "Iain and Dana, you wedding" with big thumbs up, he looked uncertainly at me. He asked me to approach him and I repeated myself and he said "Stop. Sing it to me" I was ...
... him. He led us to a Royal Jordanian desk who must be agents for British Airways. We waited about another 20 minutes. Phones were ringing, papers were flying around, mobiles bleeping, oh wait that was me and no, I’m not interested in checking if I’m entitled to PPI!!!
After 15 minutes of further mayhem we were handed our original booking papers back and told (or so I think that’s what he said) to pick our tickets up from the BA desk. I glanced at Roisin ...
... He talked about how he
was 7 before he knew who his real mother was. He lived at home with his
father, two women and other children, and he never thought about it. His
father was married to his mother, but he told us that the Koran says that a man
should take a woman if if she needs protection from evil men, so he saw it as
giving the woman protection and supporting them, where as we had always seen it
as the benefits the husband gets by having two wifes. They can have ...
... there but trust me. It was hilarious. When we got back from snorkeling, I hid from the sun for most of the day. I wanted to swim, but I thought I was going to die (one girl definitely had sun poisoning), but it was okay, because I had my Da Vinci Code with me. That night was Saree party. We all put on our Sarees, and took a million pictures. Hello, prom. It was fun though. I wish I could say that the party continued with actual sarees, but those things are really hot. So it became a ...
... and there are warnings all over tv instructing people to not drive to afternoon prayer at the mosques. I hope my trip doesn't get cancelled tomorrow.
Pictures to come. I don't want to use all of this month's internet in one weekend. ...