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The InterContinental is justifiably proud of its service and amenities. We have stayed there before when visiting Amman and will again.
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... He doesn't need to work that ***********e!
Yesterday was a trip to the dentist. She did most of the work herself and put the gloves and mask on Mya so she could help. I'm a bit thankful all the assistants aren't 9 years old that do the suctioning!
And last of all a picture of the kids getting along!!!!!
It's amazing that in one month I have has no time alone except in the bathroom. I think it's ok for me to go in the taxi or walk alone ...
... we had a piper playing who was a retired soldier. The playing of the bagpipes dates back to the time of British rule in Jordan. Until the late 80s they were still played at weddings. We headed to the Dead Sea and our beautiful resort. On arrival we were all given a lemon sherbet type of drink served by a man in traditional costume. We floated in the sea which is ...
... is seen everything is wanted to see in four hours. After two days we went to another town called Dana. This place was hilarious . The way Intrepid described this place , it sounded like we were going to the Serengeti for the day. Lush gardens. Wild animals. It was literally a dirt hole with zero life!! The trek was so bad that me and two others turned back after thirty minutes. The others braved it but couldn't stop laughing at how bad it ...
... presentation next? :-)
Oh Cambodia how I miss you.
All of this brings me to ...
... fortunate enough to visit Leptis Magna and Sabratha in Libya. Once you've visited them Jerash pales into insignificance.
Dinner at my favourite restaurant in Amman - Reem al Bawadi. We were regular visitors here in 2002 and it hasn't changed. The inside hall is closed as it's summer and everyone is seated outside either in open sided Bedouin tents or under the starry sky with a newly crescent moon. Huge tables laden with various meze, flatbreads and grilled ...