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Jordan’s great olive harvest season

Jordan’s great olive harvest season

   First week of November in Jordan has welcomed me with cooler temperatures, leaves falling off the trees, and sun setting just as I walk out of the Academic building after classes. Days still warm and sunny, are now followed by nights where temperature falls below 5 degrees Celsius. Hoodies and sweaters once deep down in…

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The discovery of coffee – Turkish, Polish, and the Ottoman on a path of world’s most popular drink

The discovery of coffee – Turkish, Polish, and the Ottoman on a path of world’s most popular drink

Last week after jumping out of bed early Sunday morning the first thing I did, just as I use to every single morning, was prepare myself a cup of dark, hot coffee. I sat on the balcony watching the cats play in the olive grove on the other side of campus, and kept taking small sips…

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