Cham Palace Damascus
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... generally Polytheistic tribesmen. On my way out i town i stopped In the suburb of Jerash, where i saw the largest architectural object i have ever seen: the Hippodrome, a sports field that can seat 15,000. I have used by best drawing skills to add a picture here. I have already been awed why my journey but I have yet to get on the way. I also stopped by the new Roman gate, ...
... a serviced taxi which means they take other passengers. One of the other passengers was an English guy and everything negative happened to him on the very short trip to Beirut. I know what that's like. Sometimes it's as if nothing is going right and it clearly wasn't his lucky day. He was ripped off by one of the guards and he got into an argument with another one. I helped him out as he spoke no Arabic so I was able to smooth out the process and he was eventually allowed ...
... it was falling apart. The seats wouldn't stay upright and the base moved around. It had a strong smell of diesel and we were surrounded by kids, 1 of them was sick everywhere. Head phones in and sun glasses on I went to sleep. Damascus hasn't really lit our fire. It's nice but not great. Maybe it's cause I'm feeling tired. Fraser said I'm looking old, well I am 30 on Wednesday! Off to Amman, Jordan for my birthday treat of a health and beauty spa. ...
... part of my weekly routine. Every week I join my roommate Robert, and our buddy Abdula for a Turkish treat that dates back thousands of years.
A fifteen minute walk from our house takes us to the ward (rose) Hammam, which at 150 years old is one of the cities newer establishments. A brief walkway leads from the front door into a high vaulted lobby which wraps around a central fountain, and is bordered on either side by ...
... is sold in abundance right before iftar.
-Spices: saffron, grenadine (dried pomegranate like craisins), tumeric root, and everyother spice you can think of, its not even worth listing.
-Dairy: fresh milk put on the shelf the day it is bottled, laban (yoghurt) in too many forms (hard, soft), kaskavel (a hard white cheese), a salty cheese with black seeds often too salty (so good with cucumbers or tomato)
-Candy! so much candy, brightly coloured chewy ...