Kindi Suites Hotel
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Continental Breakfast
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
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... for Kara and just looked around. We got home around 10:30 and I went to bed around 11.
We had to be at Amideast at 8:15 this morning to leave for our trip to the Dead Sea. First we stopped by Madaba, a town to the southwest of Amman which holds a lot of history. It's the only majority Christian town in Jordan, and one of its churches houses the oldest map of the holy land. The map is a mosaic on and Orthodox church floor, and it's very beautiful. It was ...
... the British Airways website that put the cause of the delay down to the incoming flight never arriving until midnight and the flight crew had to adhere to a limit on their flying hours with at least 10 hours rest in between.
It had been a long day. Jordan is a wonderful country with fantastically genuine and warm friendly people. It’s refreshing to enjoy a holiday in a country so diverse than the UK which remains (in our eyes) unspoilt by religious or ...
... receiving his undergraduate and graduate degree, and now lives in Jordan. He was giving me advice for traveling to Egypt. Just as a future note to myself, he recommended visiting Nowaybee (totally not how you spell that). I seriously regret not getting their information, but I think when we get pictures we'll get each other's information. He was into diving and played on an an American football team while in the UK. Then there was Fabian, a German, 25, who was visiting ...
... We bought some fresh juice; I tried applewood- sour but tasty, then we went back to around our hotel. We cooled off in the A/C then went back out. We passed the US embassy, which is a massive complex. Who would've thought even in Sri Lanka? Then we found a store with all types of cool souvenirs. We bought some stuff then treated ourselves to mini cupcakes and ice cream (this was dinner, yay for vacation). We actually ran into the other girls at the cupcake shop. Go figure. We really ...
... realized that everyone here has their own story and that many
Jordanians are not originally from Amman. In fact, most Jordanians that I met
are of Palestinian origin. Reports state that between 40-60% of the Jordanian
population are from Palestinian families. Many of the others are from rural
villages outside of the city.
The first "Jordanian" that I met outside of my family or
program was actually a young Syrian man. I ...