Typed up at: Vivek Hotel in Delhi Posted from: Vivek Hotel in Delhi The first few days in Delhi seemed a bit overwhelming, but our time in east Africa and Cairo had prepared us well enough. If we'd flown straight into Delhi it would have been quite the shock. Traffic was everywhere where it fit, people honked a lot, traffic and people streamed by us where-ever there was any space.
Typed up at: Legend Hotel in Delhi, Vivek Hotel in Delhi Posted from: Vivek Hotel in Delhi Our last day in Amman was mostly taken up by traveling. We took a taxi to the City Station where Royal Jordanian lets you check in your luggage 5 hours before your flight. Then we spent some time at a coffee shop, and then at Pizza Hut before boarding a shuttle bus to the airport.
Typed up at: Legend Hotel in Delhi Posted from: Legend Hotel in Delhi The receptionist at our hotel in Madaba pointed us to an intersection where the bus to Amman would go by. Some people at the intersection flagged down the right bus for us. About one dinar and an hour later we got off the bus at one of Amman's 5 bus stations. We got a taxi to the Sydney Hotel.