Jordan Seems Like An Adventure

By the time you’re reading this, I’ll be on a plane to Jordan. Well, technically, depending on when you’re reading this, I’ll be on a plane to NYC and then Jordan, but those are details. The important thing is we’re going to Jordan (the country, not Michael’s house).

If you have to look it up on a map, here it is. It’s home to Petra, one of the seven wonders of the world, the Dead Sea, the Red Sea and a bunch of adventures we’re setting out to experience. The trip has been in the works for the last few weeks (I’ll share soon how it all came together), but it was just recently confirmed everything and somehow throughout it all, I forgot to announce it either here, on the email list, forums, twitter or facebook. (Apparently when you decide last minute to go halfway around the world, you’re supposed to tell people it – oops).

Anyways, I figured I need to do it at some point, so here it is:

I’m going to Jordan for the next 8 days. 


I owe the lovely Jodi Ettenberg of Legal Nomads (and Hipmunk contributor) a big thank you for hooking us up with our Jordan contacts as we’ll be headed there to experience some awesome gut-wrenching adventures. I’ll also, hopefully, be sharing several impossible things I’m crossing off the list throughout the trip so this trip should be one to remember.

Oh, and one more thing – I’ll be going to Jordan with the one and only Shogle (aka Sean Ogle), of Location180 fame (as well as the slightly less famous #Ogling fame). We’ll be collaborating, sharing videos (and possibly ogling) throughout our adventures. Stay tuned. This is going to be fun – a lot of fun :). Stay tuned…and we’ll be back to our regular schedule on Thursday

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  1. says

    I went to Jordan a few years ago, and it is totally not what everyone thinks it is. The people are friendly, the food and sights were great and overall, it was a very lovely country.

    I hope you have a wonderful time there as much as I did. Looking forward to hearing of your adventures

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