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... then we had enough. It's impossible to stay in very long because there's so much salt. We headed up to the pool and spent the rest of the time beside the pool and swimming in non-salty water.
It was a great day overall and I saw such beautiful sights, but now I am dead tired! It's 8:42pm here now so I think I'll finish typing this and drink my tea and head to bed. I'm excited for class tomorrow (you don't hear those words very often), so hopefully all goes well!
... road, they just step out and expect you to slam on the brakes. Cars and vans don’t park…they just stop!! These vehicles will just stop in the middle of the (mainly narrow) road, without warning, ignoring the jam they are causing behind.
Madaba has a very high proportion of Catholics. The guidebook states that since there are a lot of Catholics in Madaba alcohol is widely available in liquor stores as well as bars. I’m making ...
... in Jordan. He's studying Sociology and Education near Frankfort. It's funny, I actually passed him in the cab this morning. He's leaving today though. But he was funny and super interesting too. I was asking about places to visit and see in Germany and other European countries, and to him it was like not big deal at all to just go wherever, whenever. America is so isolated; I never realized how frustrating it is until recently. Anyway,we had two Jordanian guides ...
... in Amman. Anyway after this we went back to the airport, left for Kuwait, suffered another 10 hour layover, this time in the airport, and finally made it back to Jordan.
Sri Lanka was so much more than I could've imagined. It was beautiful and full of life. The people and the culture were amazing. I know it's far, but I hope that I can go back one day. For such a small island, we only saw a small piece. Next time I want to see the north with the ruins and temples and the ...
... in one of the more
western cafes on Rainbow Street when a man next to me asked if I was studying
Arabic. Of course my first reaction was skepticism. It’s sad but up to this
point I only had experiences with unsettling taxi drivers. Having men
constantly ask you if you’re married or stare at you through the rearview
mirror makes you become cautious of even the most genuine men. Anyway, we
started talking, and ...