Tobya Boutique Hotel
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... what looks like a small city fringing the Red Sea. After the Dead Sea we head back to Amman, to Oceans Hotel. Tomorrow in the morning I will leave Jordan for Barcelona. And for all the people who have asked why would I choose to holiday in Jordan? I can now answer the question. The Arabic culture is one that I have never understood or taken the time to try to. Like everything, we can be manipulated into believing or be ignorant to knowing nothing, through media and perception of ...
... between trucks and covered our mouths and noses at the exhaust, searching for the container which held our bags. Trucks began to move out of the dock. This wasn’t right, it wasn’t safe, how did this happen? Eventually some dopey ferry-hand came past with a whistle and staff and waved us out of the loading dock. By that time Faizal, our Jordanian guide shows up. He’s a man in his forties I guess with some wonderful spectacles and a dashing eastern-European ...
... the receptionist and the kind old man followed her direction and wrapped me up.
Now in absolutely no mood to do anything, given that my fingers were throbbing in pain, I opted to rest in the hotel (cheap private room with air conditioning and TV, yay) while Bernhard went off for a walk. Well, not two hours later did I need to return to the pharmacy to get my bandage changed, having bled completely through the first ...
... and our team car would
follow behind us while we ran. We had a great dinner of bread and
nutella and soldiered on through the night running. I realized I was
truly in the desert when the son of my program's director (who was on
the other a team and a total ringer) told me to look out for scorpions
and snakes when i was going off to the bathroom. I also realized how
Jordan truly still is a Third World country in main ways. We passed
... around a tractor and an old women walking on the other shoulder as we carrened down the road. This was a little hair raising, the only thing missing was a bus full of orphans and a cart full of fruit to plow in to. We narrowly missed the tanker, the old women narrowly escapes with her life and the cabbie gets back on the gas pedal. We were so elated, we were still in time to catch the ferry! In fact we had plenty of time since the ferry didn't really leave ...