RUM Hotels - Al Waleed
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... more I think about it, the more appealing it is. I have a lot of things I still want to do, that I won't be able to do this time around (first and foremost- dream trip to Egypt.)
Anyway, yesterday I went on a hike to Wadi Zarq Ma'ain. It was soooo much more than just a hike might I say. I went with a company called Tropical Dessert. The company itself is really interesting. It was founded a few years ago by a man named Hakim (which means ruler or leader in ...
... Treasury. An hour later, we were at the
top of the rocks overlooking the Treasury.
I had slipped over, and Ron was worried that I would die in the
attempt. I tried to tell him that if I
felt unwell I would stop, but I felt fine.
I just took it slowly. We did get
to one point where we really had no idea which was to go - there were no signs,
and we just followed footprints in the sand.
The last 15 minutes or so really wasn't ...
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Our ride duly arrived, and off we headed, once again. Again, plenty of drinks, and nice food. I had a very large man next to me, but he asked to move, which was nice - there was plenty of room. The movies on Emirates are definitely disappointing. Anything faintly worth watching I had already watched, and resorted to watching Mary Poppins!
... will be
hiking, sports, and camel riding. We’ll also be meeting Bedouin families.
Bedouins are tribal people who for years roamed the desert living in tents.
Though many continue to live in this way, many have settled and now live in
houses. They too speak a dialect that is slightly different than the city
dialect. Who would have thought I would need three forms of Arabic to make it
in Jordan? Anyway, we’ll be ...
... a drink and a chat. She is alone a lot as her husband works in Saudi Arabia where she was with hi until recently. She is a very lovely lady and we thank her very much for making us feel so special. We drove back to Amman and returned to our hotel for a well deserved rest. We fly home tomorrow and have all loved Jordan both for the wonderful sites and also because of the friendliness of the people who seem genuinely pleased to see ...