Le Royal Hotel Amman
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... tahini, and the stuffed felafel were really good (felafel stuffed with caramelised sumac onion). Both countries love their bread and carbs. The people in both countries were so welcoming. Very friendly and genuinely pleased to have foreign visitors. We even had people wind down their windows and say "welcome, nice people"! Crikey, you just don't get that in Australia. You'd get some insult hurled at you instead. People are kind. We also had bread shared with us on ...
... The poor teacher was trying to get their attention, to get them to carry on, but they just weren't hearing it. The teacher's face was just blank - obviously a common occurrence. In the end (I was getting sick of it) I said yallah, yallah, (hurry up, hurry up), while sweeping my hands in the teacher's direction. The teacher started to laugh, and half the group turned around and went to him. I repeated it, hoping that the rest would follow, but they were harder to ...
If you want the best in town go to 2nd circle. Allegedly the US ambassador gets his from here but doubt he queues up for them. Very cheap less than 1 JOD each get lots. Just go to 2 nd circle roundabout near belle vue hotel and look for all the people lining ...
... us, or Anna in particular. I assured it that it would be the epitome of rude for them to have been disparaging us, or even worse, talking about Anna. It just wouldn't be in their nature. The first question they had asked us was, "Where are you from." We responded, "the United States," to which they replied "You are welcome." This exchange became the hallmark of our time in Jordan. Everywhere we went -- from ...
... Planning rules are ignored and green zones are largely now gone. Buildings aren't finished, and rubbish is everywhere. Drivers drive anywhere anyhow, and lines on a road are just a philisophical concept. As our guide commented, people don't seem to care. Such a shame for the guardian's of a 6000 year old culture. Arrived in Amman, Jordan on time. Lovely new airport only 8 months old, but that doesn't mean that there will be stairs waiting for the plane, or that when the ...