AlQasr Metropole Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... Then from what sounded like Nicam stereo surround sound came that monotone drone of the Imam calling everyone to prayer. My immediate reaction was to fix my stare on the desk so tantalisingly close, expecting the staff to down tools and head for the nearest prayer room or mosque. Our luck had begun to change as the BA staff work through the chanting, working relentlessly to process all passengers as quickly as possible (regardless of how long it was taking!)
It had taken ...
It is day 100 since I arrived in Jordan that first night on Aug. 15.
That evening I saw camels for the first time while watching the Middle Eastern sun set as we drove from the airport to our home for the next ten months. Since then I have seen a few more camels and watched countless sunsets both from my bedroom window and from the roof. I've also seen the sun rise, and in between the two is my beloved “Aladdin sky,” ...
... where my host mom is from. It's probably a 30 minute drive out of Amman and views of Palestine in certain hills. We actually stopped to enjoy the sunset which was probably my favorite part of our excursion.
I've already had the chance to meet a few family members and one of my host uncles is by far my favorite. He's super loud and a little intimidating at first, but very funny. During one of our first conversations he jokingly tried to sell me his ...
I hate to say it, but I think Jordan was my least favourite place so far. Sleep deprived for 26 hours and delirious we arrived in Jordan ( thanks to a seven hour stopover in Dubai at 2am). The first thing that struck me about Jordan is the people are not that friendly. In fact, the women seem to just dislike western women. I was very covered up when I arrived, but they still stare at you like you have murdered someone. I guess I'm just used to ...
... yoghurt, and mansaf, which is chicken and rice, again with hot yoghurt. Not particularly exciting food, but tasty, cheap and filling!
When we returned to the hotel, one of Zedane’s favourite drivers, a large and quite strident gentleman named Fawwaz, who had previously spent a night with us all in Wadi Rum, was standing at reception. He told us that he’d brought Heather with him! To explain, we’d left her behind in ...