Turkey ::Post #2::

Turns out that an email my sister sent me a few weeks ago contained the whole plan for our trip to Turkey.  However the details were in an attachment she had sent that was in Arabic.  So I didn’t bother to read it.  I was going to post it on here and beg anyone who was good in Arabic to translate but it seems as though my laptop won’t acknowledge it in Arabic and so the email just opened now in a totally different language.  Weird. 

So I guess I’ll leave posting that email till later when I am on the main computer (the one everyone uses in the house). 

Till then here are some more stuff I found out about the trip (this was in the same email but written out by my sister in english) {They are the stuff not encluded in the trip package}[I know its boring but oh well]…

  • Exit fees and tax: 25JD
  • Visa for Turkey: $30(=21.25JD)
  • Entry fees back into Jordan: as of yet not known if it even exist (anyone know?)
  • Extra trips and journeys to be taken on our free days: unknown
  • Renewal of passport: 35JD

OMG all these extra fees are going to end up costing more than the trip itself cost! LOL

Bleh…I decided I’m going to post what the attatchment looks like anyways…So anyone know what this language (if it is a language) is???

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4 Responses to “Turkey ::Post #2::”

  1. I dunno crap about this, or that “language” because all I know is english and a little spanish (which I have a class in this semester). I think it’s encrypted, like you send it in code so no one can read it except those who know the code. Perhaps it got converted into an encryption somehow, I would ask some tech savy guy if it was.

    Anyways, have a good trip, I forgot to say my old teacher took a trip there and always talked about it, sounds like it was really great, she really loved the food for some reason, don’t blame me if it’s bad though, lol!

  2. Decemberspirit Says:

    Dude,that’s the encryption.It’s what everything Arabic turns out like on the net.Now,computers here can decript it when you right click on the text,select encryption and then Arabic,and it’ll turn back to Arabic.Not so sure about your comp.though,but give it a try.

  3. lol… no.. there are no entry fees:P
    i’m wondering though, you’re jordanian but you don’t speak arabic? and if so.. why?? i’m curious:)

  4. Well lets see, to begin with i am not jordanian (at least not by blood) my dad is originally palestinian but jordanian by birth. My mother on the other hand is American. I was born and raised in the US and only moved here three years ago. I do know Arabic but mostly just speaking and my reading and writing level sucks and when it comes to fus’ha(classical arabic) i am lost if i try to read it. i might understand most of it but only when said not when i have to read it without the harakat.

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