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... Occasionally it looked like there had been a punnet of pink
pansies (or another colour), which got put with the 100 or so punnets of white,
etc. Or the odd pink tulip amongst the yellow, but the overall impression was
of blocks of colour, simply stunning. I kept thinking of Barbie every
time I looked at them.
I liked the smallness of the
town of Goreme in Cappidocia where we stayed. There were cut little
shops, and the people seemed ...
... in the new city in the pouring rain. We found a Chinese shop. It was just what we needed. We went back to the hotel, slept and the next morning tried to go souvenir shopping/ city exploring. Somehow our tuktuk (three-wheeled vehicle used instead of taxis in Sri Lanka) got separated from the others, so this other girl and I were on our own. I was fine with that though. It turned out the place we were going was like downtown Amman, aka dirty and disgusting filled with junk and ...
... for their beliefs, a group of seven
religiously devout men asked God for protection. One evening while they were
hiding from the emperor, they fell asleep in a cave. When they woke and exited
the cave; they were dumbfounded to find that they had slept for over 300 years
and had escaped persecution. A cave just outside of Amman is allegedly the cave
where these men slept, though a cave in Ephesus Turkey also claims to be ...
... his legs are stronger, he
jumps on the counters and the table, even though they are off-limits.
He seems to have three reasons for pushing the rules – the first is
just to see how far he can push them, secondly, he gets so involved
in mischief he has no memory of the rules, and thirdly, he just wants
to see and be part of everything. Since human activities like
chopping carrots and eating dinner take place above his eye ...
... on time in AMM and had the joy of queuing forever to pay for our visas to get in, v expensive at 40JOD each (nearly 40 quid) and that ever so hospitable Arabian style of making you wait forever. Managed to get through customs with ten tons of pork products for our hosts and Faisal our taxi driver was waiting for us. A quick 30mins drive and we were at our friends apartment, so good to see them again ...