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... and carrying a few fleas, he was barely old enough to be away
from its mother.
The fleas washed out over the next
couple days, the cuddliness wore off soon after he was fed and no
longer hungry. He's energetic, bouncy and only cuddly when he's
tired. He's fallen off the second-floor balcony twice, tangled with
laundry, toilet paper rolls and hair, and climbs people like
... they have a lot of flash flooding there, which you wouldn't think would be the case in a desert. We spent about 2 hours or so driving around the desert, which was pretty warm then we headed back to the bus and continued onto Petra where we were staying for the next two nights. There was a gorgeous sunset over the mountains as we were driving down into Petra, it was just a shame ww couldn't stop to take any photos. Our hotel was rather nice and after check in we headed ...
... for 10 days, and then continuing to my favourite city, Istanbul, where we will set off on our third trip in Turkey; this time to its eastern reaches in what is now Turkish Kurdistan, (formerly ancient Armenia). But for days now, Israel has been firing at Hamas targets in Gaza, and Hamas has begun to retaliate by sending rockets to Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa. The death toll mounts in Gaza and the threats from both sides escalate. After ...
... was very lovely as she was just making her lunch when we descended upon her to do the hair of complete strangers. She opened her salon especially since Friday is a holiday in Muslim lands like Sunday is in the UK. She soon set about washing and blow drying both our hair. It was great to talk women's talk and laugh about how unreasonable men are. An hour later we emerged with lovely straightened hair and walked up to her house ...
... France, Sam Rainsy promised to share 50/50. However, back to the country, under the pressure of the members of SRP, Sam Rainsy demanded for more. The public is paying attention on how Sam Rainsy and Kem Sokha will share the seats they have won and whether Sam Rainsy and SRP team accept the 50/50 proportion.
Besides, the fund used for CNRP’s operation is also a cause of the conflict. When Sam Rainsy lived in exile, ...