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Jordan

Our last group excursion was to Jordan where many of our friends from Georgetown had spent the semester studying Arabic. Jordan is a country filled with beautiful desert landscapes and friendly people. I’ve been particularly struck by the excellent Jordanian sense of humor, which seems to be a universal feature of the people here.

Habiba in downtown Amman is a local favorite for desserts

We arrived late at night at the Farah hotel in downtown Amman, a modest hostel that would serve as our home base in Jordan.

Sam overlooking the agora at Jerash

The next morning we took a tour up to Jerash and a few other sites in northern Jordan. These consisted mainly of Roman ruins and castles.

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