Kindi Suites Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Refrigerator in room
- Multilingual staff
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Toilets - I was pleasantly surprised in Egypt to find regular toilets. I had been expecting squats! Not that the toilets were always great, but a bad loo is almost always better than a squat. The loo's in Jordan were usually of a very good standard. Only substandard in a couple of places. Food. Ah food. One of my favourite things. Loved the felafel in Egypt. They are made from fava beans rather than chickpeas and are yummy! The Kushari was great. Very good food in ...
At 9.15 we set off with Othman on what was suppose to be a 6 hour tour. Our first stop was to pick up Mary-Beth's friend, Theresa, then it was up, up and away. Our first stop was Ajloun Castle, which was spectacular, and very old. There were several groups of school boys there (apparently in Jordan they do trips with boys one day, girls the next, or the boys are very naughty). The boys were fascinated by us, and were all talking over each other, trying to get ...
... had breakfast with my family. I'm probably going to do some homework, and then I'm meeting with some girls to plan our spring break trip to..... SRI LANKA! I'm so excited for the beach and the sun. It's going to be awesome! Plus we have a ten hour lay-over in Dubai on the way there, and a ten-hour lay over in Kuwait City on the way back, so we'll get to do some additional exploring! Well that's all for now, I'll continue to keep everyone updated!
... the brown disgustingly dingy one that greeted us on our first day, a few plants which Chelsea has lovingly nurtured and our “Wilderness Corner,” which could also be termed our Cove of Sanity and Serenity when we are missing trees and wilderness. It is a formerly barren shelf that now holds rocks, twigs and remnants of the various hikes and places we have visited during our stay here: the Dead Sea, a hike in one of the Dead ...
At the high point of Amman is the citadel unfortunately was closed when we got there closes at 4 in winter normally 2 JOD entrance. G luckily saw an open gate so we snuck in chatted up the cop who stopped us and took some pics of the amphitheatre below and the largest flag in the ...