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I had my first quiz today! It was in my colloquial Arabic class and it was only oral so I think I did pretty well - I guess we'll find out tomorrow. Tomorrow I have my first quiz in my regular Arabic class, which I'm nervous for. Hopefully it goes well!
Today after class I went with a friend to the Starbucks that is close to Amideast, and we met a Jordanian girl who lived in America for a ...
... of the one way system or that its inhabitants had a death wish! During its rule by the Roman and Byzantine empires from the 2nd to the 7th centuries, the city formed part of the Provincia Arabia set up by the Roman Emperor Trajan to replace the Nabataean kingdom of Petra.
The staff at The Hotel St John were very helpful. They provided us with a map, albeit another expurgated version. There are 2 main sites we intended to visit that were in ...
... We did not. Instead we pulled off on the side of the road, after passing some guys chilling in their homemade swimming pool in the back of their truck. According to Mark (the American guide), one half of the Wadi is nature and the other half is "redneck" country. We unload and because the weather was pretty chilly, we had to wear wet suits. Now, let me tell you we all looked ridiculous. We wearing hiking in wet suits and tennis shoes with helmets and harnesses the entire ...
... bed, and dozed off again, to wake at about 8.30. I had vaguely heard Ron eating cereal, but continued to sleep. Then it was up, toast and tea for breakfast (wearing Emma's dressing gown and ugg boots), and get some washing on. By this time, the sun had come out on Emma's balcony, so Ron went out to clean the dust off it and sit out in the sun. It was definitely warmer out than in. After a shower, I hung the washing up on ...
... with fresh food, a yearbook club
for the yearbook, and drama students for their annual production in
Jordanian families have invited us over
for a number of traditional meals that I can't remember the names of
but were delicious. Some spoke English, others not so much. I've
hiked in a valley by the Dead Sea and swam in the Dead Sea. We
explored the national park north of us when we really missed trees,
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