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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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... cancelled tomorrow. Snow
days seem to come with the same amount of lead time as official government and religious holidays which are confirmed and announced at the last minute. What happens on Thursday is to be determined at a later date.
My panic level is low, but my excitement is high at the thought of a good snowstorm (whatever that means here) and a few snow days. I'm looking in ...
... so you get it, right? then we shared foreign cigarettes with the Arabic taxi driver and things started to look up ... our guide is a lovely, older gentleman who has been a tour guide for 27 years, he'll be with us during the whole trip - and there are only 6 of us in the group, awesome he said that Jordan is a very liberal country and that we should wear whatever we want so long as we can ignore any stares - now that i know I'm ...
... there for health reasons. Four or five of us braved the waters and what an experience. Floating on your back is the preferred method of swimming because, getting any water in your eyes is extremely painful. Many swimmers along the shore also were rubbing the mud from the bottom all over their bodies, letting it dry, and hoping for some medicinal benefits.
We dried off and returned to Jerusalem
... or anything although the taste was unbelievably salty with some other chemical flavours as well. You'd probably want to tape your mouth shut and have some fancy snorkel that didn't let water in. The next day when I stayed at Mujib Chalet and swam again I put the back of my head in and this really stung I guess due to my itchy scalp. So you'd have to be careful you didn't have any skin injuries before attempting a crossing. Overall I think it'd be pretty foolhardy.
Arriving in Amman we were met by our tour representative and a driver who transported us to our hotel where we were met by another tour representative who was keen to talk to us when all we wanted to do was go to our room. We had not appreciated just how hilly Amman is and it became clear that this is not a city to go walking around. We enjoyed a buffet dinner in the hotel, which ...