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Photos: Amman, Jordan

No, I haven’t turned into a suitcase traveler. Just a girls stuff that I met on the bus from Israel and we decided to hit some spots.

distant shot The Citidel in Amman Sky pillars Amman Amman city
Amman’s not too bad. Got a room with tv. Internet is not too bad. Have a chicken place I go to every day. Plus they have some nice ruins right on top of the hill overlooking the city.

Right about here is where Roman architecture kicks in. Heading north it just gets better. Sure would like to go to Syria. Bastards. I am not done trying yet however. Just have to see.

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6 responses to “Photos: Amman, Jordan”

  1. Marisa says:

    Glad you had a good time in Israel despite the tensions.

    Hope you make it to Turkey. Try to check out the ruins at Aprodisius near Pammeluke. Heard good things about it. I probably won’t make it there this trip. Cappodocia was EZ for the backpacker. Some great hiking and places to explore but its getting cold now.

  2. Sergio says:

    Yo ho ho, long time no see. So I told you I was never going to check out your website, but pride is foolish when you need shit. Glad your trip seems to be going well. I won’t waste the time, but it’s enough to say that I feel you on Israel, 100% I’m actually still here. I’ve been here for like 6 weeks, not at all because I love it, but as the story goes, I met a girl. I should be leaving this week though. This leads me to my question. So what happened with Syria? That is why I am leaving Israel, is to go to Syria. I have been hearing lately that it isn’t possible, is that what you found? And why?

    Oh, last question, what was it like crossing back into Jordan? Any problems? I’m just worried because my visa will have expired. Whatever.

    Continue to enjoy your travels, and get back to me when you can. Thanks. Btw, I always meant to tell you, and maybe you don’t care, but I don’t think you are a bastard. I think you’re a good guy Steve, I just wish you believed in friendships. Whatever, that’s the end of that.



  3. snw2srf2stt says:

    Hey Sergio,

    Not sure if you got my e-mail, as when I went to check your e-mail, there was nothing showing I sent you anything. Oh well. Originally, I wrote that I was shut down at the Syrian Embassy in Amman, Jordan. I ended up flying to Lebanon via Royal Jordanian Air for $130JD. I stayed a couple of weeks in Lebanon and crossed over to Syria from there. At the main Damascus-Beirut border, I just had to wait for my application to be faxed to Damascus. It took two and a half hours, but I got it. Had to pay $16US in Syrian pounds for the visa and that was it. No problems.

    Lebanon is actually very nice and even more upscale than Israel. The women are very beautiful if you like the made-up model types. They are very fashion magazine conscious. A bit pricey but there are a couple of hostels where you can get a bed for $7US a night, they are in the guide book. Some decent sites around the country as well and you can just do day trips as transport is easy.

    So have you converted over to Judaism or is the girl another touring Catholic. I myself was pretty enamored with the Russian/Ukranian women there. Wow.

    Oh well, I am in Damascus for a few days if you are coming, just let me know. Hope the above helps.


  4. oh………

    jordan a nice tourism in midelleast

  5. snw2srf2stt says:

    Ahmed Samarah: Jordan has some of the most hard hitting tourist sites in the Middle East. It was so good I decided that I wouldn’t have to go to Greece.


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