AlQasr Metropole Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... breathtaking. They had tub of mud, which was brought up from the bottom of the Dead Sea, and you put it all over yourself 1. Because it shields you from some of the salt and 2. Because it is great for your skin. The Dead Sea is the fourth saltiest body of water in the world. It is so salty that you just float! And it looks like your standing on the bottom even if you can't touch. If you try to dive down to touch the bottom you are pushed back to the surface. You ...
... myself in this ultra salty water. The beach was also pretty dirty with rubbish everywhere and a couple of dodgy looking dudes selling showers to people who'd dipped themselves in. I had to do it though and I'm glad there was that extra bit of modernity and civilisation offered by the resort to make me feel like having a go. In the end it was an amazing experience.
It's easiest just to lay on your back and paddle around. This is really easy because about ...
We enjoyed a leisurely morning in our flat until Dan arrived at 12 to collect the money and the key. He was keen to chat and told us he owned 9 apartments in the block and earned his living from them and that his goal was to own a whole block one day. Apparently prices in the area have soared recently as it is slowly being smartened up.
We caught a taxi from the flat to the city train station and ...
... ultimate challenge.) We
applaud their efforts and sympathize with their concerns. Their call to action is admirable and gives
us hope that the world may be in good hands.
Our visit to Jordan coincided with Ramadan, as such, many
businesses were closed or opened only after breaking the daily fast. Ramadan
this year is an approximate 16 hour fast – longer than previous years as it
falls during a time when daylight hours are ...
... in Arabic, and the people in my group all speak it, and...well. The other students, along with Professor Khalek, all have darker complexions, too, so I stick out even more. Apparently I could pass for Syrian, though, so I suppose that's something.
So, it's about 10 pm here. Tomorrow we're going to Jerash, the site of the Greco-Roman city of Gerasa. Looking forward to that, but already realizing the things that I should have packed--oh well!