Bedouin Tea and Turkish Coffee

We met Mubarak, the guide, when we visited Quseir Amra, an hour’s drive from the city centre of Amman. He was dressed in a traditional Jordanian Sultan’s clothing, as if to evoke memories of a past era. The majority of locals dressed in this fashion. He spoke very good English & took us on a private tour of Quseir Amra. He was a humble and friendly Jordanian, much as many others we met in Jordan.

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  3. Princess Michele

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  4. None of the paid Tours can offer these types of experience. Love the caravan tent and the hookahs they have setup for anyone who wants to smoke. The Jordanians are very, very friendly people.

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