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... The meal consisted of baba ganoush, hummus, egg with tomatoes and beef, tastziki and falafel, chicken and beef and for dessert, Mohalabiyya - rice and milk pudding. The restaurant used to be very popular, but now is very quiet with lots of empty tables.
We stopped at the essence shop. The shop owner was very gracious and provided us with many samples of oils. The hand blown glass bottles were very beautiful. We settled on a medium size bottle of Sandalwood that ...
... the moment you stop, a Bedouin in a truck will appear out of nowhere with a billycan of petrol and some tools ready to sell you his services. Sure enough, on the horizon a Chevrolet appears: a nomad, who assists in the banging and clanking until we're on the road again. The coach trundles along a while longer until the dubious grinding sound comes back with vigour. We labour on until black smoke begins to pour from the engine and we passengers are leaning from the ...