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... if we can find somewhere that's open. Until then I'm going to try to do some homework, because I am here for a reason.
Hope everyone is enjoying their summers as much as I am - and someone tell the express boys to keep up the good work!
My title today says Ramadan Kareem in arabic, which is something you say to people during Ramadan that means "Ramadan is gracious". Just a beautiful language, I love learning new things about it.
... to oblige. We were just so relieved to arrive. Roisin was ready to leave Madaba behind and head straight for the Dead Sea (our next stop) but we were here now. Let’s make the most of it.The town of Madaba is as old as the Old Testament itself getting a mention in the Bible in Joshua 13:9. "from Aroer, which is on the edge of the Valley of the Arnon, and the city that is in the middle of the valley, and all the tableland of Medeba as far as Dibon". ...
... It means travel buddies and roommates. He thinks he'll stay here for another year then go back to the US. It sounds like the most perfect couple of years.
Now back to the trip, we went to Wadi Zarq Ma'ain وادي زرقاء ماعين. This area is most famous for it's hot springs, and in the middle of the Wadi, there's a five-star hotel, for those who choose the luxurious hot springs ...
I woke early, and worried that Emma would sleep in, so when she didn't appear to stir after her alarm went off, Mummy alarm went in to make sure she was awake. It was so cold, not helped by freezing cold tiles on the floor. I sat chatting with my down jacket on, and Emma's mohair rug on me legs while Emma wore her dressing gown we had brought from New Zealand, and her ugg boots. When she went off to work at 6.15, I snuck ...
... br> Arabic. The rule was that I spoke only Arabic and that he spoke only English.
It was a pleasant afternoon, and was an important step for me for understanding
Jordan. We’ve kept in touch, and hopefully we’ll be able to get together and
My second experience was at the university. The program
organized a lunch where Jordanian students came to school (despite being on
break) to meet ...
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