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Tuesday, October 15: Day 175 – Pandemonium

We left Amman, Jordan, yesterday and flew all night. Three flights with stops in Abu Dhabi (in the Middle East) and Bangkok. In the afternoon we arrived in Hanoi exhausted from lack of sleep. Our...

Sunday, October 13: Day 174 – Desert Castle

Jamel who manages all of the mud-wallowing tourists at the Dead Sea took a shine to us. So much so that he gave us a water bottle container full of Dead Sea mud to take with us. Since we can’t...

Monday, October 7: Day 168 – Massachusetts

Today is a day of learning. We stayed at the Ajloun Nature Reserve. The Wild Jordan parks were established through efforts of Queen Rania. We have a cabin. In the middle of the night we heard some...

Sunday, October 6: Day 167 Land of Hummus

The population of Amman is four million. There are 1½ million cars so traffic and pollution are getting worse. They also have a serious trash problem. It is normal for people to picnic and just leave...

Friday, October 4: Day 165 – Oasis

Beach Baby!! We check in to get our towels and they give us a little cooler with ice and cold water bottles!! The activity director announced that there would be a water volleyball match starting in...

Wednesday, October 2: Day 163 – Amusements

Today was a travel day so I posted pictures that amused me. I hope that you are amused as well. I can never get away from bears…they are everywhere…even ones made of glass in art museums...

Tuesday, October 1: Day 162 – The End

Life During Communism In 1981 national emergency was declared in Romania. They were told that they could live with less. There was rationing and coupons. Scales were installed to measure their weight...

Sunday, September 29: Day 160 – Pray!

After learning and writing about assassinations and impalings, it is a joy to write about the good news of Jesus Christ. I encourage travelers of faith to go to church as that is the best time to...

Saturday, September 28: Day 159 – Narrow

Before we leave, we visited a very narrow street. It is 43″ at its narrowest point. Only two people can pass. It is called Strada Sforii which means Rope Street. This sign looked like a photo...

Friday, September 27, Day 158: Charming

The Black Church was built between 1383-1487. It started out as a massive Catholic Church but soon morphed into an Evangelical Lutheran Church in the 16th century. It is roughly the size of a...

Thursday, Sept 26: Day 157 – Castles

Today we go on a castle tour with Dan. He has been giving tours for four years after being let go from his previous job. He is happier now. “A kick in the bottom is a step forward.” He...

Wednesday, September 25: Day 156 – Gap Year

When I woke up this morning, I decided to check the scores of the St. Louis Cardinal baseball team, beloved by my family for five generations. When they make the post season, any family members that...

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