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I have met many people in the school
and in the community, all of them are very friendly and helpful. I
have had numerous people offer their help in any way I might need it
from learning to cook Arabic food to shopping to suggesting local
places to see to venting if I need to... It feels very safe and
you see none of the concerns that are often associated with the
middle east. One man I work ...
... now it sits on 21 hills.
We had lunch at Don Quichotte Restaurant and were regaled with the taste of Jordan. Beef, lamb, chicken, vegetables served in many different flavorful sauces. Fruit was our dessert. The Turkish Coffee is flavored with cardamon which cuts the very strong taste.
We walked through the Old City, which ...
... I was in fact me.
Security was extremely fast and we were left with a couple of hours to kill. We went to the Royal Jordanian lounge. I asked if we could all enter, even though we didn't have three First Class tickets. The man was exceedingly kind and waved us in with a "you are welcome." It was a beautiful lounge, spanning a huge mezzanine overlooking the main terminal building. They had a large buffet set ...
... next to my hotel and got a margarita pizza. It might sound boring, but after a couple weeks of shewarma, kebabs, and humus, it was really nice to have something a bit different. My hotel room is pretty ******, especially considering it was sold as a "Deluxe Single with a mountain view", but it’ll do for a couple of nights. It doesn’t have air conditioning, but at least it has wifi. It could definitely be ...
... cold during my stay; remnants of snow on the roads were evidence of this. Overall, Amman looked like a typical “2nd world” capital city with no noticeable poverty, fairly adequate infrastructure, but still no where as modern as the developed capitals in western Europe, the Gulf, or North America.
Off to the holy land in the morning inshallah!
Till next time,