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unsafe area, and rightly so. Jordan, however, is different. It's the
oasis in the midst of the conflict surrounding it, a safe haven for
refugees, a land barrier keeping nations apart, the Switzerland of
the Middle East. To Jordanians it's obvious that their country is
safe, they think everyone knows, or ought to know, that Jordan isn't
part of the conflict. But whether anybody knows that is perhaps
... girls had an exercise trackers on and had walked everything else the same as we had. We got the bus back up to the hotel and spent the rest of the afternoon in the pool, some of the others had a turkish bath as well. We had a cheap dinner, which Sim went and got because I cracked it and didn't want to walk anymore then headed to bed. The next day we left the hotel at about 8:30 and headed to a random English looking castle that was being restored. We were all feeling ...
... hopefully a little more rational that a whim, and a little more sophisticated than a 30 second sound byte on the evening news. As always, we will keep you posted on our whereabouts - In photographs and stories - and I promise not to do anything too "adventurous." I am reminded of that well known fortune cookie wish: "may you live in interesting times." A redundant fortune to wish, really. Aren't we always living in interesting times? Perhaps it ...
... as well. Jupiter’s Temple, the Amphitheatre, Artemis temple, and more, it’s worth exploring this ancient space. Only 25% of the ruins have been excavated, but unfortunately it’s come to an end as further excavation would require tearing down much of today’s Jerash.
We opted not to have free time here, but took a quick break with popsicles to cool down – it’s a hot one, and I gave ...
... line-height: normal;">Hi Cambodia! It's been a year, but a lot has changed! All I can say is pay Khmer teachers a living wage, wait a generation and enjoy the benefits... like being able to think critically and not traffic in rumors like this.
Also I note ...