Andy's Mideast Journal

Two Weeks and 22,000 Words of Wacky Desert Adventures

The following pages are pretty much verbatim transcripts of a journal I kept while traveling around the Mideast in the Fall of 1995 with my longtime travel buddy, Susanne Cornwall. Apart from a few grammatical corrections, nothing has changed since I wrote these words while trekking across Egypt, Jordan and Israel. Feel free to either follow the pages from the first entry or you can start with any of the other entries listed below:

About the author: Andy Carvin is director of the Digital Divide Network. He is the developer of the award-winning website Edweb: Exploring Technology and School Reform and the founder/moderator of WWWEDU, the Internet's largest email discussion on the role of the web in education. Since 1995 he's designed travelogues based on his journeys around the world, including Southeast Asia, Oman and Dubai, India and Turkey. An avid blogger, he has produced podcasts and video blogs all over the world. You can contact him at acarvin (at) edc {dot} org.

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