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... If you’re offered a coffee, you take it. If you’re offered some water, you take it. If you’re offered a seat, you try to sit in every chair in the room!! It’s about comfort, connection and camaraderie. This, I completely enjoyed, as I knew the presentation was merely the reason I’m there, but not the reason they’ll send students to Drew. Therefore, I think I’m going to be very successful in the Middle East. I can do coffee, tea, chat and ...
... was spent relaxing at home (two or
three snapchats), later that night we went to hangout on rainbow street (total of probably 6 snapchats or maybe even
a whole my story) , and finally one
last snapchat while I was making a pita sandwich with one of the twins. Basically
pretty soon I’m going to be rating my experiences according to how many
different snapchats I can take.
I’m still trying to get my ...
... metal spikes. All this security may seem excessive, however it stems from coordinated terrorist bombings of the Radisson, Grand Hyatt, and Days Inn hotels that killed sixty people in 2005.
Outside of the hotel, Amman is dominated by its Citadel - built high up on a hill overlooking the Roman Theatre and downtown area. As one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities on Earth, ...
... but you’ll know exactly where you were. Admittedly, I dropped the book into the water twice, so it too has now been dunked in the super salinated water. What’s left to do at the Dead Sea? Just the mud bath left, and not wasn’t missed by most of us as we posed for group photos, baking in the sun, pretending to be zombies as well. It was kind of like being a thousand year old egg when the mud dried.
... a while, and then he again told me there was nothing he could do. He said to call the mobile number in the morning, and they would bring a new car to our hotel. We begrudgingly agreed. I noted at the last minute that the car had about 1/8 of a tank of gas. I asked him if it was enough to get us to our hotel in Madaba. His response, "You should be fine. Inshallah (Lord willing)." This instilled me with unbridled optimism.