Landmark Amman Hotel & Conference Center
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... talking from the time the bread is cut and the wine is drank). The bread was incredible. We sat, we ate, we shared. Ann brought out the baba ganoush and hummus to enjoy with the homemade bread that was still warm. After sharing stories and food, a couple of us went inside to prepare the salad. We chopped everything. Tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, onions, avocado, cucumber, and added chopped mint, basil, parsley, and cilantro. The dressing was a bit of olive oil and tamari. Voila, a ...
... more we can always open up more across the country. This could become a chain franchise that locals can roll out themselves a la social enterprises, where they run the NGO by day spreading awareness about the expat aid workers and entertain the locals by night with beer. This is will then be a model NGO - by locals, for locals.
... that I sent to my family last week, updating them about my life here thus far. It's not up to date, clearly, and many of the kinks have worked themselves out, but it gives a nice taste of my first experiences in Amman.
Wanted you give you an update on my study abroad! Jordan is super cool and the weather is awesome.. Cool morning and night and dry heat midday with a nice breeze. Only 80s at the hottest points! Mom made ...
... suddenly realise that Israel is just there, a group of Orthodox Jews were visiting literally feet away, very strange. The Israeli site has no religious significance apparently something the Jordanians are a little smug about. We spent time here soaking up the atmosphere and dipping feet into the muddy trickle that the Jordan has now become, two member so the Jordanian Armed Forces were present - very casual, unlike the IDF on the other side of the river. ...
... hopefully all will be well soon. I ended up eating at a place called Ayola. Had a yummy cappuccino and a homoli cheese toastie. Mahmoud gave al some sage and okla had the hotel staff make it into tea. It seemed to work really well and the squits have eased considerably.
It seems that we are the only people on this tour so it is effectively our on private guided tour of Jordan.
Off to Petra tomorrow for the beginning of a whole new experience. ...