Holiday Inn Amman
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... wait for my parents to get there at around 2:30am. I'm so excited, I can't wait to see them!!
As the great daughter I am I've arranged everything for them. There's a driver picking them up from the airport, I've arranged all the transportation and we're pretty much set to go! It's going to be a great time and I can't wait to go to Petra and put more pictures on facebook! ...
... and practice, so that day we went out to a Turkish restaurant and practiced ordering. After that I found a gym in the local sports complex and had a good workout after of course getting lost and taking a ride which I thought was a taxi, but turned out it was some tour guide trying to solicite his business. Then there was Friday, which here is like Saturday. I slept most of the day, but then the afternoon well made up for it. It turns out my roomate's language ...
... this evening whilst listening to the Imam calling everyone to prayer. Once he stopped, the evening mass could be heard quite clearly from the nearby Church of St John.If was if they were trying to have a 'sing off'!! The Church of St John boasts an acropolis and a bell tower but Roisin said to me through a mouthful of fettuccine: ‘We can save this until next time’, knowing quite well there is unlikely to be a ‘next time’!! Amen to that ...
Ron was very keen to go to the museum. Emma was wanting to meet us at her school at 3.45, so I thought we should stay at the mall for a bit longer, but Ron was itching to go (we hadn't even done all the shops.....) so we went out to get a taxi. Emma had told us how the taxis leaving the mall are regulated and checked, so they wouldn't rip us off. I didn't like the look of the guy who was first in the queue, but it was him we got. ...
... It was the first time in a while I could fully relax with greenery and life around me rather than busy roads and car exhausts. The village could be walked in 3 minutes and was as quiet as the surroundings. The first day I sat on a rock in the sun regaining my breath and energy for several hours. It was super cheap here and included a huge dinner spread as part of it. The next day I hiked deep into the valley and sat with a Bedouin who was herding his sheep through the ...