Lot Spa Hotel on the Dead Sea
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... imagine the reverse happening in Scotland. "Hi Mum, I have just invited this guy from the Middle East I met on the bus from Glasgow back for tea. How's yer Arabic? Cause he doesn't speak Scottish"..... I don't think so.
On the drive to Dana, the cousin, Abdallah asked me "Matthew, why you no speak Arabic?" It was a fair question with a straightforward answer "I didn't learn it at school" was my reply. I thought about it afterwards and I think ...
... on your chest, arms crossed behind your chest. Swimming backstroke there is a beautiful view whichever side you lay. On one side you look at the resort town itself with the large beach front hotels with their palm trees and a backdrop of the stunning mountains, whilst on the other side you the Jordanian mountains reflecting in the very water you are lying.
After having a float for around an hour, I ...
... all had a blast there! The water is clear and bluish, it feels oily but is not oil; comes from all the minerals in it. It tastes terrible. And you definitely don't want it in your eyes or any cuts you could have in your skin. After the sea, we went to the pools that are actually really hot. I hit the gym with my sis in-law but the air conditioner was off and after 20 min I left (yeah, that's my poor excuse). Unfortunately we are leaving tomorrow morning but my skin feels ...
... the floor! I love it-we float for around half and hour and then cover ourselves in mud from the floor of the sea! It has small grains in it which has the double effect of exfoliation! Following our hour in the sea we sit and read our books looking over the mountains of Jordan! It was a great and relaxing day. On the way back Adi decides to extend it with a visit to Jaffa old city port and ...
... the males being a grad student (far removed from his three years of military service). We split into smaller groups to meet the Israelis individually. My group was assigned to Raz, the grad student. He's currently getting his masters in chemistry at school in Tel Aviv, and he's applying to top-10 US schools for PhD programs in chemistry. He's really well spoken and friendly. All of the Israelis were really excited to take time off to join us. We went into downtown Tzfat, which is known ...