Art House Damascus
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...more days merging and passing, spent enjoying, wandering, eating, drinking, smoking, laughing and sleeping.
The beauty of travelling without time constraints. Time to enjoy and submerge into the surrounding, the people, the culture and the way of life. Although not necessarily captured within photographs, living a location over time is the best way to start to understand ...
... use of the government letter allowing him to do everything he wants... I just felt embarrassed.
I had some scenes at the Umayyad mosque and we also filmed our 'hotel check-in'. Most of my scenes revolve around me looking at something, appearing to be amazed and snapping a shot. The hotel check-in is to show how all the backpackers get into town and meet up in the hotel. The hotel featuring in the movie is a $ 175 per night hotel though and I doubt very ...
... Walid. The north one is called the Minaret of the Spouse and the one in the southeastern corner is the Minaret of Jesus, because according to Muslim tradition this is where Jesus will appear on the Day of Judgment.
It is believed that the head of John the Baptist is in the Mosque, and when in 2001 Pope John Paul II was in Damascus he visited the relics.
The tomb of Saladin is also in the Mosque, in a small garden by the north wall.
... and thyme, peppers, onions, cucumbers ad the most flavourful carrots.
-Breads: fresh pita bread is made 24hrs a day. People come out of dark doors in all sorts of buildings with heavy stacks of hot pita bread. There are usually shelves or racks nearby and they bring their pitas to it, separate them, lay them out, wave them around, all in an attempt to cool them off (I assume). Ramadan has also brought about a so of tamarind-caramel drizzled crispy ...
... set off on foot from the Bab Touma Gate into the maze of alleys that still exist here. The Old City is divided into quarters andcwere heading to the main Mosque through the Islamic Quarter. After stopping to buy additional camera chips - 750 pics for John and 1200 for me(!), we twist and turn past innumerable small shops into the heart of the ...