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http://davidsbeenhere.com/ In this episode of Unplugged, DBH brings you back in time to a Roman Legionnaire and Chariot Racing show taking place in Jerash’s …

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  • RainOf TheNightSorrow 4 years ago

    everything is perfect but this guy ‘s cellphone chat . was freaking funny
    BTW – WRONG INFORMATION . the castle was built by Ayyubid dynasty Not
    mamluks .ο»Ώ

  • Modest America 4 years ago

    may 2014 tell me is it safe for a woman to travel in local
    transportation???ο»Ώ

  • annemaree roberts 4 years ago

    Thankyou David for this great and interesting share!!!!! Have a great
    weekend!

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @EpicMasters thanks thats my favorite part of the vid

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @strawman007 jajja maybe but they will slash your tires with their spears
    jajajaj

  • jerrydeniro 4 years ago

    @Davidsbeenhere I see.It’s understandable that the business model wasn’t
    favorable and the whole thing was not feasible.But I gotta say,the way you
    did it with the crew,the way you edited the videos and put great music in
    it was awesome and extremely professional.I was impressed.And your
    trademark in the end “…and where have you been”-great! This is something
    different now but also very interesting and great.Keep up the good
    work,hope to see you and your girlfriend in Split soon my friend πŸ™‚

  • 48Tamriko 4 years ago

    wow… David this is very interesting πŸ™‚ Ibrahim is definitely a good guide
    …. the view from Ajlun Castle is impressive … Thanks a lot my friend
    :))) …. btw :DDD was it coffee or tea? :DDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @jerrydeniro yea it was to hard to travel and create that. I was trying to
    produce a TV show by myself and I had to plan the trips, carry the
    equipment and pay the bills. It just was not feasible in the end. But I had
    to adapt and figure a way to keep doing what I am doing and now Tourism
    boards want me to visit there countries being me alone or with my
    girlfriend the cost is very low and also with huge camera equipment we
    would never be able to see so many places because it takes time to set up

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @mattxzz thank you! Watch the series finale #11

  • jerrydeniro 4 years ago

    David I’ve noticed that you don’t go around with your crew anymore like you
    did in Croatia etc… What happened?

  • mattxzz 4 years ago

    Great videos david always πŸ™‚

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @mattxzz yes it is!!

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @mohamma6 thanks for commenting Mohammad, I loved Jordan. It was such a
    beautiful country with so many interesting things to see. I would say top
    three countries in the case of things to see because there is a lot. Its
    safe, people are nice, food is good there was nothing wrong with this
    country. Also the tourism board treated me incredibly well. I loved Jordan
    and I will recommend everyone go there for the rest of my life

  • strawman007 4 years ago

    @Davidsbeenhere touchΓ© πŸ™‚

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @EvannRachel thanks bud!

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @annemaree thanks Anne, can you help me promote this video?

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @drmagricola thanks, you always tell me and I always appreciate!

  • Mohammad Al-Smadi 4 years ago

    hey David, I’ve been watching your videos, and I found them very cool and
    helpful, and I’d love to see more from you. I’m from Ajlun, Jordan btw πŸ™‚
    but I’ve been living in dallas Texas since 2007… since you visit a lot of
    countries and places around the world, I wanna ask how did you like Jordan
    compared to the other countries that you have visited? or, where does it
    fall into your list of favorite places? πŸ™‚ Thanks, Mohammad ^_^

  • strawman007 4 years ago

    I would own those dudes with my hummer.

  • Davidsbeenhere 4 years ago

    @48Tamriko it was tea, the only coffee you will drink in Jordan is Turkish
    coffee which in my opinion is extremely strong but not as good as it is in
    Turkey πŸ˜‰

  • mattxzz 4 years ago

    been there at that castle its on a very high mountain very nice

  • Ibrahem yousef 4 years ago

    Hi I am a resident of Jordan City of Jerash that you have visited it’s
    really beautiful and I invite you to visit again to deliver to you more if
    you want this my account Facebook account ::::ibrahem.yousef.988

  • Evan and Rachel in Korea 4 years ago

    Great vid!