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... are bits of home all over the world, little pieces of your
heart left in different places. And the tragedy is they can never all
be in one place. They just can't and never will be.
But for one week, I will be back with
my family, the home that still has the biggest piece of my heart.
Then I will return, rejuvenated for this adventure, this journey, and
I will learn to cook Arabic food.
Now excuse me while I go hug my family.
... no, it's time for grocery shopping. The City Mall is a 15 min walk away, BUT it has a few lanes of traffic that you cross and it's not for the slow or faint of heart. It makes Vietnam look easy. It includes a merge, a round about and a uturn lane all coming towards you. "Don't hesitate when you start walking" is the advice we get. Hesitate?!?!?! we have been here one day and we are taking our lives in our hands. Don't worry we are becoming pros at risking our lives in ...
... breathtaking. They had tub of mud, which was brought up from the bottom of the Dead Sea, and you put it all over yourself 1. Because it shields you from some of the salt and 2. Because it is great for your skin. The Dead Sea is the fourth saltiest body of water in the world. It is so salty that you just float! And it looks like your standing on the bottom even if you can't touch. If you try to dive down to touch the bottom you are pushed back to the surface. You ...
I just got to my host house and my family is very nice! Zaina, my 11 year old host sister, has lent me her room during my stay. It has a great view and it's pink and covered with flowers and a Barbie bedspread. My host father picked me up with the wife a the daughter but went right back to work and he and his son, who I haven't met, work until midnight every night so I won't get to see them till the weekend. My host mother and sister speak almost no English and we are relying quite heavily ...
... that is good, as the brakes on this car are no good." Not exactly the comforting words for which I was looking.
While I was not satisfied with the car and time was ticking away, I still wanted to change cars, as I had concerns about covering as much ground as were going to in such a poor car. I noted that EuropCar had a branch in the Kempinski Hotel (the fact that Amman even has a Kempinski, let alone a Four Seasons and "W" now, ...