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Travel Blogs from Aleppo
After our visit to Istanbul, we traveled for many days. Our caravan leader told us it was about five hundred fifty-two miles from Istanbul to Aleppo, and the trip was almost interminably long. On the way to Aleppo we passed through several cities to stay the night; Palmyre, Tyre and Damas being the memorable stays as they were close to Aleppo. It seemed our journey would never end.
Finally, we reached the city of Aleppo. Aleppo lay between two major ...
... Aussie adolescents like. “We think its wonderful you are
Which way to Iraqt
doing t his.at your age”
Syria really does not have enough to occupy you for 2 weeks, and what we thought would be the ...
... in that light.
I love Syria. I love its people, its history, culture, friendliness and its big welcome.
country is going through change, whatever that may turn out to be. Either way, it
is a slow and painful process. For some, it is life changing, others
It is not for me to judge. It is for Syria ...
... his father with the family business. He told us quite frankly that people will not talk as they are afraid of the "secret" police.....we can see the fear factor working in overdrive at the moment. He didn't mind talking to us because he had his Australian passport and was able to leave at the first sign of any trouble.
After several weeks in the middle east it was time to buy a man scarf. (Yes, Jason is finally a metrosexual...!) ...
Border crossings are seldom a simple process. This can be especially true in the Middle East. Traveling to Syria directly from Iraq is not advised for foreigners so it was necessary for me to travel back to Turkey first. Unfortunately the computer network was down on the Turkish side of the border so the process took almost 6 hours and I had to spend the night in the border town of Silopi. Fortunately I shared ...