So really I guess Im leaving you with the fact that I wore agent provocateur today, not my big mac.
As some of you already know, I have decided to spend my Eid Vacation in Jordan.
I open it up, and I end up with a string of elastic about 4 feet long?
What was different about it this time is that I did my best to untangle myself from the webs of my relatives.
I definitely left many negative vibes behind me yet I don't regret it The best thing about this whole trip is meeting 2 bloggers for the first time.
Im leaving my loves and life in nyc to go to Tokyo, Japan for 2 months.
Im grateful and excited but totallllly overwhelmed.
Luckily, he came back in one piece Friday: Marks our return to Amman and the end of our vacation.
I discovered that my flight was earlier by 3 hours than expected.
We went through Seeq to the Khazneh and then we climbed for 1 hour till we reached the monastery. This is the 2 time I go to Petra and each time I go there, I hate it more and more Wadi Rum – Al Zerb for dinner. I positioned myself among 2 foreigners: an Indian guy and a Czech girl and started counting the number of shooting stars and discussing the wishes of each one of us.
If we ignore the noisy Jordanian music emanated from the camp next to us, I would say that the best thing about the whole journey was the time we went hiking at around a.m. I recall KJ disappearing into the shadows and hearing 5 minutes later the groans of wolves and coyotes.
Olhando aqui e ali descobri o Site Caminhando com Ele com a supervisão de Padre Paiva.
Consegui novos textos e mais receitinhas de sua mamãe. Colocar numa panela com um pouco de manteiga ou óleo, umas rodelas de cebola, sal, tomates e um raminho de cheiro verde.
: PKJ-well…I always experience and discover new things about this guy each time I meet him.