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Christian media from North America Mix ‘Voluntourism’ in Jordan with 3 Holy Sites and Modern Adventure

Christian media from North America Mix ‘Voluntourism’ in Jordan with 3 Holy Sites and Modern Adventure

At the Holy Land Institute for the Deaf in historic Salt, Jordan, a handful of Christian media from North America ‘Voluntoured’ to join students at the school to make traditional handicrafts such as mosaics, rugs and belts. The center offers a wide range of vocational training courses, including ceramics, metallurgy, weaving, cooking and computer skills, to ensure the boys and girls have employable skills once they leave. Volunteers who visit the school can join in the activities to encourage and interact with the students.

Jordanian hotel managers must consider the costs …

Hotel managers in Jordan hold the keys to tourism in their hands. While compelled to make reasonable rate increases due to rising energy costs “… hoteliers must not increase their prices to the point where they kill the goose that lays the golden egg …” advises Munir Nassar, the former tourism minister and executive board member on the Jordan Inbound Tour Operators Association (JITOA)

More Jordanian tourism from 3 more Jordan tourist blogs

Yeah I know what you’re thinking, my friend went to Jordan and all I got was a URL to his stinking Jordan tourism blog. All the more reason to go there yourself … but until then … here are 3 more persons blogging about the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, posting their experiences and sharing their photos so the rest of us can stew in our offices and live vicariously through their journeys: