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During the last hour I got taken into the managers office only for him to ask me to come and work for him. A job offer! Awesome, just the timing is **** (excuse my language) because I have a while to go untill I will be done with all my wanted achievements.
I'm not a big talker (writier in this case), so enjoy my pictures! ...
Still in Amman, we tricked you with the title didn't we!?
Well we couldn't exactly launch straight into the tour without getting to know the group first so...
6pm and we were all seated ready to go and our tour guide Mohammed kicked us off with an introduction about himself and his background in both tourism and prior, we then did our group introductions which over the proceeding two days had pretty much been taken care of barring one late arrival. Once ...
... pandemonium broke out in several parts of the ship, with people thundering down the corridors back to their rooms to prepare to abandon ship. We looked around and decided to keep reading. Staff were trying to calm and console the hysterical and inconsolable but most people were just calmly waiting for the update from the captain, which came about 5 minutes after his initial report. Fortunately it was just ...
... actual conversation. We dove an amazing Lebanese freighter that was sunk back in 1985. While penetrating the inside of the wreck we entered a room that has a large pocket of trapped air inside and had a surreal conversation. That conversation combined with the fact that before entering the wreck a large turtle decided to swim up to my face and let me pet it has made this my favorite dive to date. ...
... before you go so you can read it before you take the walk. One thing that is nice about Jordan is the vendors will come up to you but as long as you say, "NO,Thank you" they leave you alone. Never say, "maybe later" because they will hound you. Here you are constantly asked if you want to ride a donkey, a mule or a carriage. The carriage ride will help your feet and knees but will kill your back - it is the bumpiest ride anywhere.