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... to try their limited English skills on me. Their English was light years ahead of my Arabic, which happens to be nil. The girls liven up the place to say the least, but their demeanor was probably not in keeping with magnitude of what happened here so long ago. I could not fault them because teenaged girls are teenage girls no matter where you go in the world. A giggling talkative energy that is still a mystery to me. What is ...
... look at their own country from the other side. And what about the Syrians? It was only last week when not one but two boats full of refugees sank in the Mediterranean. One evening in Wadi Musa I watched a documentary on the BBC World News channel called 'Saving Syria's Children' which literally had me in tears. What will become of the people in Syria? And of the million refugees now cramped in Jordan's overflowing camps? Finally I would like to conclude this post ...
... the famous Roman Citadel ruins in the city, which offered amazing views of Amman. I bought many gifts and treasures for my loved ones back home, and a couple things for myself, but I am saving some of my money for our last trip to Israel!
I also spent a lot of time with my two classmates, Jeffrey and Eliott, beginning our final project for class and filming our exciting new version of “So You Think You Can Dance,” in Arabic. Not even my ...
... are overworked and under cared. For that reason, I don’t believe in using
any beasts to bear my burden.
Back at the hotel I slept the afternoon and evening away and
didn’t even notice the call to prayer.
The next morning I skipped breakfast (tired of pita bread)
and headed to the desert of Wadi Rum. There we met our Bedouin guide with his
rickety old 4x4. He drove us to our camp
site stopping at local points of ...
Amman, the capital of the Heshemite Kingdom of Jordan and it's largest city. It was originally named "Philadelphia" by the Greeks. Today it is a busy and rapidly expanding Middle Eastern city. Also took a day trip to Jerash, which is one hour north of Amman. It has some great Roman ruins and is definitely worth checking out. Also good food. Food is Jordan is very ...