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... an Irish pub in Amman". Where isn't there an Irish pub?! We opt to go down the otherside of the mountain, thinking that it will be a gradual downhill rather than steps. We were wrong, very wrong. The steps were as steep and precarious as the way we came up, drops even greater in places. The only other people we pass is a group of three american girls, who clearly have a better head for heights than me as they spend their time taking pictures of each other getting as close ...
... of stamps and visas), picked up our bags and walked into the arrivals hall where a driver was waiting for us to take us to the hotel. The drivers name was Jehad, and he drove us to the town of Madaba through the rolling hills of northern Jordan. Wildflowers were in bloom everywhere, a reminder to us that it is actually spring. Being a Friday it was a day of rest, and many families were out enjoying a picknick in the sunny afternoon weather. ...
I did get up for sunrise over the Dead Sea, but it was not that spectacular, so I am very glad that I decided not to hike up a mountain for it! I think that the stress of yesterday's events finally hit me, as I laid down for a moment and did not wake up again until 11:30. So...looks like a Spa Day! I will go to Masada tomorrow morning. Oh...have I mentioned that the frames of my prescription glasses have melted and that I think ...
and then you just have to be silly!!!
... TV. They were making a documentary on the Bedouin's in Israel. Watch and you might see us.
We went into their "gift shop" to see their hand crafts. The girls and women are learning to spin, weave, and do needle work in order to earn money.
We then headed east toward the Dead Sea.
Overlooking the Dead Sea is Masada. We took a cable car to the top of the flat top mountain.
This is one of the most spectacular views in Israel. ...