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... was. Even that was enough to inspire a great admiration for how ingenious and crafty the people back then were. In the evening we stayed the night in a small town called Dana, which despite the less than spectacular sleeping quarters proved to be a fantastic night. It was filled with hikes through nature and old ruins and then a chummy evening of everyone drinking tea and enjoying the sounds of locals singing and playing their instruments. But the best part was the ...
... in Jordan and it's so delicious. It's a specific way of cooking and cutting meat and chicken, wrapped in a pita with pickles and such.
Finally we made it back to Khalda around 10 and then hung out with our host family for a while. The kids from upstairs were here so they helped me with my pronunciation and vocabulary, and they think my name is hilarious. Can't wait to see what's in store for us tomorrow!
... a visa before being driven to the hotel in a complimentary VIP transport. Now from my experience nothing is complimentary that has VIP in the title!! The very essence of VIP indicates special treatment over their standard service.
We weren’t disappointed. Sure enough a well suited young man with a very good grasp of English despite a Middle Eastern accent was there to meet us as soon as we stepped off the plane. He explained that they would take care of ...
... reading the paper - and looking at all the bikini clad women, I'm sure. Emma and I both decided on a swim, and now that we had been in the sea, it seemed easier to get in, and we had a lovely swim.
We had lunch at an Italian restaurant - Emma and I had a roasted peach, rocket, pinenut and parmesan salad, followed by 1/2 a seafood pizza each. Ron had a couple of beers and a olive anchovy and caper pizza, as well as sharing my salad.
... sing, and for a shared lunch with the teachers, but Emma came home during the morning, as she was coughing until she was sick. Ron, who was hungover, was the best of the bunch, so he was "Nurse Colling", getting me water, a hottie, and covering me up with things to get me warm. By tea time I felt well enough to have a piece of dry toast, so hope it's all good from here. Haven't got time for this ...