Twelve days from now we will be on our way to Jordan. It will be Duncan’s first visit, but my second. We will be enjoying the comfort of the cheapest seats that money can buy on Air France. In other words, not much comfort at all. And best of all, we will be in center seats, enjoying the close companionship of our fellow travelers to the right and to the left. Duncan assures me that I should not complain. At 6 feet, he has three inches on me, and he assures me those three inches make all the difference. I’m going to have to take his word for it, because by this time I intend to be sound asleep. Ahhh, the wonders of modern medicine and sleeping pills.
This is my second trip to Jordan in under a year. The truly amazing part is that neither trip had anything whatsoever to do with business. I’m hoping to post regular updates during the trip, so to get into the habit, I’ll be posting during the countdown. To make it interesting, I’ll be including a few pictures from my last trip. This is the setting sun from Rod’s patio in Amman.
I love this photo. I was able to see similar sunsets but unable to capture it on film quite like you did!