Kempinski Hotel Amman
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... in front of numerous different beach scenes as Tevin directed me exactly how to stand for each photo, then made me do the same to him. But the time required to take that many photos made the 15 minute walk back to the hotel an hour long walk, and everyone was waiting in the bus for us when we got back and we had to run up and change quickly... oops
All in all it was a great trip and a fun way to see more of the country and wrap up our time in Jordan with a bang.
Yesterday was such a nice day - I woke up at 11am, showered, ate lunch, did some homework, then went with Chasity, Shayne, Sanad, and Zeid to see the new San Andreas movie. Sanad and Zeid are our host brothers. It was a pretty good movie! When we got home we just hung out until 7:45 when we Iftar (break the fast). Of course dinner was really good again! After dinner our host brother Sanad took us to Souk Jara, a market on Rainbow Street that's only open during Ramadan. I ...
... through security at the transfer gate in Heathrow. Neither Roisin nor I had noticed that our friendly and patient check-in agent, Mohammed, at Amman airport had upgraded our domestic flight to business class. Although there is no business class seats on the short 40 minute flight from London to Manchester, the boarding card is our ticket to the business class lounge…Happy days!! (well for a few hours anyway)
In total our flight was delayed by 3 hours 40 minutes. ...
... in Jordan. Yay, for breaking the rock-solid gender roles in Jordan. Their ages ranged from 17-27. They were awesome, also terrified of heights, but they powered through without complaining. Seema studied in Toronto, and now her younger sister Deena will be studying there too in a few years. They all spoke amazing English, especially Seema. She didn't even have an accent. Then there was Eehab. He was 23 I believe. He was awesome too. He's Egyptian from Giza, but studied in ...
... in the new city in the pouring rain. We found a Chinese shop. It was just what we needed. We went back to the hotel, slept and the next morning tried to go souvenir shopping/ city exploring. Somehow our tuktuk (three-wheeled vehicle used instead of taxis in Sri Lanka) got separated from the others, so this other girl and I were on our own. I was fine with that though. It turned out the place we were going was like downtown Amman, aka dirty and disgusting filled with junk and ...