RUM Hotels - Al Waleed
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... on a stack of fresh pancakes, overflowing with joy to have this taste of home in my dynamic world here. I would love to see my family and feel the freshness of the crisp winter air when I'm surrounded by maple trees bowing their snow-covered limbs, standing on snowshoes in the five feet of snow they have now, but I'm not missing home. I am
loving the foot and a half of snow here, fresh and fluffy on the olive trees, covering ...
... here in Jordan teaching public speaking. I wasn’t sure if I was offered a job or if this tall, gorgeous woman was looking for a date….either way, I think I could have made out just fine hah..
So, I took my ride and sit here waiting for my flight to Bahrain. Tired, hungry, but energized by the last two days’ appointments. I’m ready to board my plane after a 6 hour wait, one espresso, a shawarma (instead of Popeye’s) and finalizing the lingo for this first blog. More to ...
... and on our way to our hotel, considering the reviews we had read about Jordan and Amman being a modern Arab city we had images the likes of Dubai in mind, never have we been so wrong.
Finally at our hotel we checked in and were given our room keys. What we got was a quad room which was pretty odd but after querying were told that no doubles were available until the next day so we sucked it up and went to sleep just as the sun was rising.
Next morning we made ...
... where Royal Jordanian put me up in a hotel for my 9hr transit! Win. A shower and bed have never felt so good :) After lots of lovely mezze style food in the lounge (Queen Alia airport is stunning btw, kind of curved concrete and glass similar to the Olympic park swimming venue), boarded for final 5 hr slog to Delhi. After the Middle Eastern climates and aircraft air, my throat is near gone ...
... all been finished very cheaply and the electrics all looked a bit dodgy. We had booked a Jordanian cooking experience for dinner with most of the rest of the group at Petra Kitchen. This required us to all help prepare all the vegetables and then various individuals were selected to do the final mixing together. When it was all ready we sat down to dinner together to enjoy the fruits of our labours and ended up eating far too much as there were so many different dishes to try. ...