Grand Palace Amman
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... Uighurs and Han Chinese colonists. The place was under military lockdown, and I still remember standing in the Chinese consulate and handing our visa application to the woman whose sudden attention to our destination resulted in a shrill, siren-like repetition of the word "Xinjiang? Xinjiang?" making us certain our visa request was about to be denied. Alas it wasn't, and we spent almost 2 weeks traversing the Xinjiang Uighur Autonomous Region as ...
... was pre-paid, but upon arrival they'd taken an imprint of my credit card, which I had to sign, as a security deposit. At this point, I didn't care about the paperwork, but I wanted the imprint back. Given the multitude of dings and scratches already on the car, as well as multiple new rattles which were created during our rough driving, I did not want them trying to charge me for any of them. At this point a ...
... when God clearly has something else in store. Visiting Mount Nebo was a reminder that when we feel that tug from inside, we need to listen because we don't always know what God is trying to tell us to do.
The Ancient City of Jerash
For anyone fascinated with history, a visit to Jordan is a must. But for Rome itself, I'm not sure I have ever seen so many wonderful examples of ancient ruins than in Jordan. On Thursday, we visited ...
... up to site. Here David hid frm Saul. Maccabean time/Jonathan buit a refuge a century b4 Christ. In 66 ad the 1k Jewish zealots looking for political change rebelling frm Rome. 70-73
AD, the zealots fled for cover as Roman persecution came to slaughter them.
They made 8 camps w ...
... Truly stunning.
During the drive, Okla pointed out Israel, Gaza and the West Bank. It is strange to be able to look across the water and see these places. Very surreal.
Okla then took us to the hotel called Mosaic City. It is very chic and new and smack bang in the middle of Madaba. We both had well earned nana naps then I went off to find a meal while Al stayed in bed recovering from **** looseness and nausea. The anti bugs have ...