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This city was definitely one to remember. I was out for a bite to eat when I ran into a rather pleasant woman named Deanna. Turns out, she is called a "time traveler" back in her home town. Whatever that means! We have decided to travel together since she doesn't have a set itinerary and I do.
One of the first places we decided to see in Aden was the Sira Castle. I could smell ...
... from the spray that the Qat farmers use to make the plant grow faster. Accompanying the harmful physical side effects is the economic drain on the individual person and the society as a whole. It is speculated that the average Yemeni spends 1/3 of his paycheck on Qat. As a result of the physical and economic side effects, the Yemen society is a slow paced and slowly productive society while its Arab neighbors are the exact contrast. The Yemen society is a prime ...
... be intimidated. But, that was my past experiences because on that day, my bus driver was quite cooperative with his extorter.
One may ask did the gangster have a threatening presence for my bus driver and the majority of bus drivers to be cooperative in the extortion of their money. Was he packing a gun? The answer to both of those questions is no. Apparently, on Baghdad Street it is an understood realization that certain entities exist, and that ...
... off curious kids (although they were harmless enough and didn't bother me) and chatted about many topics (especially women). The guide gave me the most interaction I had had with any Yemeni person I'd met. He especially liked to take about love and sex. Not even 10 minutes into the hike he was talking about the last foreigner he had guided through the mountains for 4 days, a Hawaiian woman he described as "so beautiful". He gestured that ...
... the ascent 16 hours earlier. I could see all the way out to Thilla fortress which I had climbed the day before. In Shibam I was fortunate to be there for the big Friday market, and it was quite a spectacle. It was dominated by men, all of whom had traditional Muslim clothing, turbans, and jambiyyas in their belts. The congested stalls of the fruit section were photogenic but impossible for me to take discrete photos, but out on the street I was able ...