My phone doesn’t work on the Jordanian network, so I brought it to a shop to get unlocked and have a new Sim chip installed. After a day in the shop and a huge hassle reinstalling, configuring, and resyncing the apps, I think I got it back to the way it was.
I went to the Jordan Trail office and met Amjad, Bashir, and Olivia. They are very nice people and helped me the best they could. After I met with them I went over all my notes, maps, and tracks, then realized I still had more questions. Oh well, they will just have to go unanswered and I’ll figure them out on the trail. I did learn some interesting facts there. I’ll be the 11th person to do a through hike and the third one to do an unsupported through hike.
Tomorrow I’ll make my way up to the northern tip of Jordan near the borders of Palestine, Lebanon, and Syria where I’ll stay in a hotel and start the hike the following day.
You can find all my Jordan Trail entries here: Jordan Trail