Kempinski Hotel Amman
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... Dead Sea. Although I’ll admit, it did temporarily make my skin softer, I still don’t really see the point.
We had but one destination on our second day of day tripping -Wadi Mujib. Wadi Mujib is a deep canyon that cuts through the rugged highlands of Jordan and drains into the Dead Sea. Adventurous tourists can hike the 3km Siq Trail through the canyon. The hike is touted as being one of the most expensive hikes in the ...
... 8220;smart” you are. Instead, your engineering education depends on the fact that you WILL work hard enough to get the education, and once you have it, you will use it to fulfill as many of the needs of your home and family (and potential residents in your building, apparently) as possible. Omar is an example of this. Technical schooling is emphasized so much more than liberal arts, and even lawyers gain little respect compared to engineers and pharmacists. You can see ...
I often debate with myself whether it is better to travel or to arrive. If it hadn't been for a bump from behind at 5:55 am on the M4 to Heathrow slip-road and getting lost on the way to Madaba this would have been a perfect journey.
The journey up from Dorset was brilliant, empty fast motorway, until we hit the M4 slip road. The chap behind chose not to stop and BANG we were hit from behind. Fortunately only the car was damaged - ...
... and from Syria. Which reminds me that while in Istanbul on Wednesday, 2 hijabis approached me informing me that they were from Syria and needed money. Yes, they even pulled the "God says give sadaqa" line.
Anyways, back to Jordan- I finally got a chance to laydown on one the airport benches but I was quite uncomfortable as the family sat across from me and just starred.
I went to the duty feee shop and was looking for some souvenirs. I found a pretty ...
... in our cabin and looking out onto the desert. After breakfast we were dropped off in the main village where we were met by a taxi driver who was taking us to Aqaba. We couldn't check in when we arrived so we explored town and tried to book our ferry tickets to Egypt. Unfortunately the company couldn't tell us what time the ferry would be leaving so we had to buy tickets in the hope that the time suited us! The hotel ended up giving us a room with a separate lounge so we hung ...
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