Grand Palace Amman
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i totally freaked out at the airport... there were weird things happening at the passport counter and my paranoia was in overdrive... a passport official then singled out me and Viv from the middle of the queue, at first with eye and head movements, but then pointing and motioning that we needed to go to him...I think I was smiling, but on the …
... when I return home in a few weeks. Love has come. If I found myself to be solo for the rest of my days I could still be happy. I didn't become someone new, I unbecame everything I wasn't. I found simplicity and harmony in this moment. I walked. I love to walk and enjoy the sights and sounds. Only rarely do I listen to my ipod during my walks. I don't want to drown out the beauty of everything around me. To hear music that I can't ...
... and sweet mint tea was never far behind. On our way for another sheesha session, we were stopped by a couple of Jordanian guys in a Mercedes who wanted to take us out for a drink. "Welcome to Jordan! We love Australians. Thank you for coming !" They almost had us in the car but knowing that we had to be up at 2:45am to head to the airport for our flight to Cairo the next morning, much to their disappointment, we decided to ...
... was solely in charge of all the funds from overseas sponsorship and support for CNRP. Sam Rainsy’s group suspects that Kem Sokha and his team have embezzled the fund and demanded to make the financial issue clear. Kem Sokha’s team, in contrary, is dissatisfied as the salary of the “National Rescue” (CNRP’s mouthpiece) is divided into two levels: each of Sam Rainsy’s followers receives US$250 per ...
... guide hoses us off with fresh water and we quickly walk back to our hotel rooms. So much for the spa by the sea…
I forgot to I tell you that as we were walking to the shore we saw the Jordanian flag surrounded by several red flags. What we found out later is that the red flags were not bunting for the Jordanian flag but a signal that the seas were dangerous and that swimming is strongly discouraged. ...