Gondola Hotel and Suites
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... week. I won't be able to post this until I do go
home because it's a surprise visit to my family for my brother's
wedding. I didn't think I would be able to go, but I am going home
and the thought of it has excited me for the past weeks. I didn't
think it would (other than it being a wedding). At first it was like
the interruption to this adventure was taking something away from
this 10-month journey, it felt like I was cheating ...
... for us, but not the locals, there are very few tourists around, apparently there has been a marked drop in the last few years, with all the troubles in the surrounding countries. We were only 20 minutes away from the Syrian border after all. We had free reign of the old city and a very knowledgable Canadian Jordanian guide. I got to model some Bedouin jewellery, and yes, of ...
... groups of women and children, and groups of men, but I didn't see one couple out together. Even in the home I haven't seen any display of affection, though it could be because I'm there. Had a great day today, school has been sooo fun. The Rad told us students were more formal to their teachers in Jordan but our teachers told us they wanted to be considered our friends. We go to school for 4 hours a day and hav each teacher for 2 hours. They are both young women who speak very ...
... so I told them I'd meet them in Amman. We were driving north that morning anyway. While we weren't going to spend time in Amman (not much to see), I did want to see my old houses and the embassy. The car rental place claimed it would be "impossible" for us to find their office, so they offered to send a driver to meet us at 7th Circle. Amman is built on a series of seven hills. The old joke was that, like Rome, Amman was built on seven hills, ...
... there; they were in the hotel waiting for the phone call to let them know that their visas were ready. They had left family and friends behind in Aleppo; since there is no power there they have no way to communicate with them and find out what is happening. With two kids about the same age as ours, it was the most poignant moment of the trip, and it was with a renewed sense of our profound good fortune that we traded addresses before heading for the ...