READERS' LETTERS (JORDAN)
Please send us your opinions on our pages and also your memories of your travel to Jordan. We will publish them in this page for the other readers to share your experience. Thank you very much for your time.
Dear Focus Group,
I was very impressed by your page. It is very artistic, and very elegant. I wish you the very best and hoping that other attractions can be brought to light to market Jordan abroad.
I was wondering if you could help me in finding the e-mail address to Amra Hotel in Amman.
Thank you again for this wonderful tour, and wishing you the very best.
Riyad Naser, U.S.A.
I would like to thank you for all of the wonderful information that you have provided me with. I am extremely interested in the Middle East countries and would like to read more. I am especially interested in Israel. If you have any more elaborate information on its fashion and culture that would be tremedous. I am looking into fashion merchandising
in that area and would like to find out as much as I can. Please send any available information.
Nicole Looney (firstname.lastname@example.org), U.S.A.
I wanted to explore the possibility of getting middle-eastern fashion jewelleries. Would you be able to provide me your catalogue of sample along with the pricing. I am planning to open a retail jewellery business and want to include middle eastern jewellery in my collection.
Seema Khan, U.S.A.
My name is Laurie and I am an American married to a Jordanian. I lived in Jordan for three years until 1996.
I must say it is a very nice place to visit. We saw alot of people who were touring the country at all times of the year. I myself didn't get to go to all of the sights, but I did see Jerash and Petra and I made a couple of trips to the dead sea. Of course, living there on a daily basis, you see and understand alot more of the everyday life. One thing, I think I enjoyed most and sometimes miss now is driving on the main highway between Amman and Irbid. It is a wonderful feeling to see the winding roads and caves mix in with the modern day cities that are growing every day. I know alot of people hesitate to travel there because of the unrest in the region but believe me when I say that was my worst fear before going and the whole time, I was there I never felt my life was in danger at all. I had quite a few friends, of course ladies that were all so very nice and helpful to make me fit in. I must add that everyone I ever talked to loved America and had a million questions to ask me. I am glad to be home now as anyone would be to be home, but I still try to practice some of the Jordanian traditions that I came so accustomed to, of course my huband doesn't mind at all.
I hope my opinion of Jordan can help whoever reads it to understand more about the country.
Laurie Abu-obeid, U.S.A.
I want to go to Petra in Jordan from Israel. Any tours you know about? Please advise.
Azriel Chelst, U.S.A.
Hi... It was very exciting homepage.. but I need to know more about universities in Jordan.. especially that -Al Jameaa Al- Ordeniah- Jordan University. I am planning to study some cources in the summer semester there, so I need to know more, especially about electrical department courses..in Arabic or English... Lots of thanks...