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... thinks about it; the Middle East usually
comes as a total package in North American minds and Jordan is part
of that. That is partly what motivated me to write blogs (although
until now inconsistently) and begin working on a documentary.
As for what I am doing besides
documenting my experiences, I am volunteering at the Amman
Baccalaureate School, an international school focusing on a bilingual
... bought my first sunhat, which definitely helps and will be put to good use in Petra 2 days from now.
Back on board the bus, we made way to the Dead Sea. After kilometers of dry rocky landscape, the sea almost appears on our right (going from Amman). It’s really a lake and quite calm for floating. Using Amman Beach as our base for the afternoon, lunch was a buffet which was the only option as outside food was not ...
... is a month old. It's strange, my newfound friends, what has happened today. This morning I got asked to apply for a job in Cambodia. Throughout yesterday I was for some reason suffering an urge to get in touch with an ex from there (not Khmer for those snickering). Then this evening I get this "news". This after not thinkin or hearing about KH for a year! Is there some conspiracy going on here? Will I be invited to make a ...
... at twice your speed, to hey girl nice ass!
Driving outside Amman is somewhat more tame as only a handful of highways connect the small number of Jordanian cities resulting in very few intersections. Concepts such as lanes, following distance and right of way are still completely foreign.
It is also very likely that Jordan has the highest concentration of ...
... 8220;No, I am going to Israel next.”
Staff: “Why don’t you go back to your country?”
I: “I am travelling!!!!!!!”
Scenario 3: at the border control counter, Israel
Staff (while she was checking my passport): “Do you have a visa for Israel?”
I: “Hong Kong Passport holders do not require tourist visas to visit Israel.”
Staff: “Oh, you are right.”
I thought: “Did ...