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TravelPod Member ReviewsInterContinental Jordan Amman
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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... place called Firefly. It was amazing! Amman surprised us a bit. It was all very new and a lot cleaner than Cairo (which wouldn't be hard to be honest). The Jordan dollar as well was almost on par with the English pound as well. It was a much richer country than we had thought it to be. The next morning I woke up covered in the rash, which was itching like crazy and had started to form welts in some places and my eyes having gone puffy. So I decided it was time for ...
... Let me back track a bit. During the sabbath everything is on timers as you can't actually do any work or use any electricity. It's fascinating. So the food is all prepared before the sabbath begins and is left on hot plates the entire time until the Sabbath ends on Saturday at Sundown. There are so many things that people can't do. Turn on lights, drive, do any kind of activity labelled as work. I will try and explain it better as the days go on. When we brought the salad out, ...
... man named Hani. He was a real treat! He had a single chair out the front of his shop and asked us if we wanted to sit down to enjoy the coffee. "Sure!", we said and he got us the chair from behind his counter, placing it next to the one already out the front, ducked into the shop to the left of his and came out with a little plastic table to put between our chairs. Dane popped into the shop to the right and returned with an Arabic sweet ...
... 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 ...
... enough to encourage our violent hurling of the former down the latter.) on our way to the market town of Madaba, where we once again found ourselves poolside in a much more luxurious style than I had become accustomed. Firstly, to address the inevitable accusations of excess, let me assure the gentle reader that hostels as we know them simply don't exist in many part of the Middle East so we must make do with what we can find. Secondly, it's like a million degrees here. I'm not ...