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On the way to Amman, we stopped at Mt Nebo. This was declared a holy site by Pope John Paul II a couple years before his death. It is believed to be the place of Moses' death. I got mum a couple of postcards. I bet $20 bucks she'll kiss the postcards. Mike and I along with Sharon and Julia opted to go to Jerash. It's a very large site that contains the ruins of a roman city. We dropped everyone else off at the hotel and headed off. The bus ride was ...
... to sleep. I woke up feeling much better. It's amazing how sleep can clear your head and serve as a reset button. The first thing I did was jump on Google and confirm that yes, JETT has a separate departure point by their offices several blocks away from where I'd been standing. In my defence, that isn't exactly made fully clear in the information I'd looked up the night before. I have now visited their office, purchased tickets, and planned everything out ...
Yesterday I visited downtown Amman, locally known as البلد. The first place we went was to an area known as the Citadel. The Citadel is a site of ancient ruins dating back thousands of years. I wish I could provide more information on the area, but our entire tour was completely in the local Arabic dialect and more difficult than usual to understand. Here is a wikipedia link that could be useful: ...
... week. I won't be able to post this until I do go
home because it's a surprise visit to my family for my brother's
wedding. I didn't think I would be able to go, but I am going home
and the thought of it has excited me for the past weeks. I didn't
think it would (other than it being a wedding). At first it was like
the interruption to this adventure was taking something away from
this 10-month journey, it felt like I was cheating ...
... prices are great. He remembers our name already.
Last Sunday was an hour and a half walk with Hunter and Mya. We found the cake shop - that is where they make cakes vs the bakery where they make bread. La Vida is the name and we got to sample 3 things before we bought. I love that about here. Every one wants you to sample things. I just got back from having a prickly pear at the produce store. Yum!!
Water water water- how we take it for granted in Canada. ...