Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Things I missed about Jordan:

- the organizational capacities of the Jordanian people. Drink tea with the shabaab, stare at girls, throw a plan together at the last minute, and pray that it works.

- Jordanians assume you are rich, bad-a Americans who live in a Hollywood type world with guns, girls, and pro wrestling.

- driving with a driver who has ice in his veins and slips through the most impossible gaps. I've yet to be in an accident.

- groups of shabaab who drive around and honk at every American girl they see.

- the fact that hygiene is a lot less important, meaning that I don't have to shower everyday and it is acceptable for my feet to be very dirty.

- the call to prayer five times a day.

- super friendly people always ready to talk with said rich, bad-a Americans.



  1. oh james! So, you are back at this blahgging thing? good to see. Can't wait to follow your secondary adventures in a semi new place. xoxo.

  2. p.s. it is still mandatory for you to clean your feet!

  3. I think it's important for you to bathe at least three times per week! No bathing for a week is NOT acceptable unless you're stuck in the Badia. :) Have fun in Jordan!!! I'm jealous!