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... a period of two days instead of one. It was very hot, being a desert and all. After the ‘WOW’ wore off and the heat kicked in it started to lose its magic which is a shame. We walked and saw as much as we could before all looking at each other and agreeing it was time to go. On the way out we witnessed the most amazing and bizarre thing. A Bedouin boy, about 6 or 7 years old was putting a tourist on his camel. He ordered ...
... few women; those that were around were predominantly wearing burkas. It was here I started to feel a bit uneasy and felt on the verge of a panic attack (of course the more you think this it just makes it worse!! LOL). Not so David...he was quite relaxed and tells me he was loving it. Secretly I think he was enjoying the attention I was receiving! Perhaps it was not such a good idea to be wearing my tight jeans and black ...
... which are a specialty. They were like mini sausage rolls, but with a very thin pastry/dough.
Driving like a pro, Emma got us back home. Ron had a quick look at his photos, then it was off to bed. Emma was getting up at 2.00 am to take Mary-Beth to the airport, so she did some packing before bed. Our packing was planned for the morning, while Emma is catching up on zzzz's, before we head off at 10.00.
... coffee is less than half the price of a coffee served in a cup, as that way you avoid taxes. As you can guess, I ordered a Turkish coffee to go. Somehow, something got lost in translation and I ended up with two Turkish coffees to go. I'm not really complaining about this. I'm addicted to the stuff. Coffees in hand, I wandered downtown for a bit before checking out the Roman theatre and then the ancient citadel. The ampitheatre was impressive, as ...
... to go to was closed, as was much of
the mall due to the “cold,” not-quite-freezing temperatures here.
In the mall, I experienced “the
Arabic way.” A man walked in wearing a Maple Leafs toque which
reminded me of home, so my immediate reaction was, “I like your
hat.” He took it off and gave it to me on the spot, saying he would
buy a new one. “It's the Arabic way,” ...