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Jordan - organised chaos

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Dead Sea Mud

Dead Sea Mud


Amphitheatre at Jerash

Amphitheatre at Jerash

Not too bad a flight was experienced by all. The second leg (3 hours which turned to 4) was a little frustrating but we got here in one piece. We walked from the plane in Amman straight into a car driven by our guide Sam on the chaotic freeways of the region. Once we realised that despite of lack of traffic signals and lines and the abundance of horn honking, drivers are far more courteous here than at home and we began to relax. Jerash turned out to be quite a surprise - by far the best roman ruins we've seen (comparing with Rome and Pompeii). We ate a delicious lunch with lots of bread, dips and kebabs followed by a float in the Dead Sea. A wierd experience, you definately don't have to worry about drowning. Now we know what a cork in the ocean feels like! You can see, we had the full body mud pack. How good does the skin feel now!!! Adrian's never felt so soft!

Posted by adtamo 09:23 Archived in Jordan

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I told BJ that M said Adrian has gone soft

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