Ramada Hotel & Suites Amman
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Travel Blogs from Amman
... to all my new friends and family over here. They will be the part I miss most, everyone in this group has made such a profound impact on my life. We have laughed together, cried together it is impossible imagining tomorrow I will not see them again. Yesterday was the farewell dinner and the actual end of the program, it was surreal that after this it would be a return to life as normal. So much has happened here that this but scratches the surface I have so much to ...
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After having my German bodyguard escort me through customs and to Iain, the first thing I said to Iain was 'mate can you give this dude 40 quid as I don't have any money' I could see Iain's face thinking old habits die hard Matty boy and Iain's fiancee, Dana, who I had never met, thinking so this is the infamous Mr Thorne!
Woke up the next morning to the sound of the Mosque, when reading from the Quran, they put it over the loudspeaker ...
We landed at Queen Alia airport at 2am and when we walked out , Mohammed was waiting for us and brought us to our hotel . We were in bed at 3 am. Great how fast that went. When we went to get breakfast at 9.45 Marloes and Kars were there as well, which was great to meet up with them like that . After breakfast we went for a walk through Madaba, the city we're staying in. It is a beautiful city with wonderful churches and lots of very ...
... areas, but it's not uncommon to see people pick it up and bin it. Religious tolerance. Wow. Can we learn a few things about this! Mosques sit next to churches. Despite Christians being the minority they are treated with absolute respect. Amman is called the white city as almost all buildings are covered with limestone. This is required by law for about twenty years so there is the odd building that might differ. Occasionally businesses can get an exemption, ...
... strainers, and all were very fancy and expensive), so we could have some of the tea we bought in Jerusalem. We also found a chemist eventually and were able to buy some more vitamin C and panadol with pseudoeffedrine in it to try and give Ron's bugs the hurry up - preferably before I catch them. Emma seems to be a lot better. There was a food court on the 3rd floor, and we each had a half sandwich/roll - flatbread with chicken, capsicums ...