Just came back from Aqaba it was a 24 hour quick and dirty visit , nothing much to tell, it was real quick visit, didn’t do much activities as I was busy fixing *something* and I think I did or maybe not.
for reason or another I’m about to start believing in hmm I don’t know what to call it but
S3 been following me for long time, I’m working on application based on Amazon S3 service, I have S3 camera and bakkouz’s house has S3 sign on his door! I don’t know if it’s a sign for something or not.
The weather was fine maybe little cold at night but I like this weather, GUYS! AMMANIE SUCKS BIG TIME! they don’t know how to enjoy their time nor how to let others enjoying their time, they don’t know how to laugh and they just master annoying others so if you were annoyed while in aqaba make sure those lamers are Ammanies not aqabaweis.
Couple of days ago I had discussion with my brother about Aqaba and he was like
Government should setup meetings and sessions to prepare people in Aqaba for the 2007 tourists season but I can assure that Jordanian who lives near any tourism site know the role of the game pretty well and such sessions should be given to Ammanies or any other local visitors rather than the site people.
Ghandour is always the best especially if you take your coffee into the
bridge-like seatings, it is just lovely to watch the sea waves, drink your coffee and then lose yourself thinking and dreaming, can’t we have artificial sea waves and ghandoor in Amman?
I’ve 23 important email to reply to so I better use a full stop.
[tags] aqaba, jordan, life [/tags]