Photos by Syeda Siddiqi, (American University) Student Correspondent CET Jordan: Internship, Spring 2019 The face you make when your 9-5 is just having tourists get on your back to take pictures and go in a circle for a ridiculous price. Going to Petra has really shown me that nature is a force to be reckoned with. My proudest moment so far is being able to pull a small bush, roots and all, out of the ground with sheer will and a little spite. I admire the people who made Petra; they saw a mountain and said “I’m gonna carve huge intricate building in it”. I can’t even bring myself to do homework. There’s something exhilarating about seeing a sneak peak of one of the wonders of the world. To be honest, I almost peed myself walking up to it. I told my friend that Wadi Rum looked like you were walking into Best Buy and all the flat screens TVs were showing this to show how HD they really are…but in real life. Another flat screen TV showing this for #variety. Crosswalks are non existent here in Jordan; here is exhibit A to prove my point. Do you just ever just walk through a historical site like the Ajloun Castle and think “wow people did stuff here but like…a long time ago”. “Graphic design is my passion,” said God 4.543 billion years ago in Ajloun, Jordan. Someone once ran down this hall in a long flowy gown to alert the King that the castle was under siege because that’s what ancient people do in castles. Castles can also be eerie and suspicious, or just heavily haunted. Do you ever just see a picture and think, “that looks like a daredevil man in his mid 20s who uncovers hidden and ancient treasures but is also reckless in a concerning way?” In some places, it’s always spring like Salt, Jordan. Salt also has a lot of Apples and Oranges and an occasional pomegranate. The prayer call has by far been the coolest thing about Jordan. A lonesome man wanders the desert in search for himself and also food it’s a hard life being 20 feet away from his owner. Breaking News: Mars is now inhabitable and corporations are fast on their way to make it uninhabitable with insane housing prices. The new Apple Mac background is looking great. Man must go to Wadi Rum so he can be the closest he can to Mars because of inflation of housing prices there. Read more on the Onion.