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... live in oasis are mostly consisted of women, children and ages while people in the tribe are always strong ad powerful man. This is because in ancient time, people in desert considered oasis as a neutral region which they can’t being involved in a war. In this way can lessen the unnecessary sacrifice.
Although the war between two tribes are no longer appear (or seldom?), but for some reason the man in the tribe ...
The oasis is just near at my hand.
oasis that cite in front of me is quite different from what I have imagined
before ---- it’s not just a tiny area with a few water source wells clustered
by some palms. Actually, it’s a rich agricultural land with naughty children
staring at the strangers and a lively market where local ...
... force……Well it's true for those people who are willing to have an adventure. But to tell the truth, the only thing that I can enjoy during my journey is the blue sky and yellow land and, the nasty smell of the camel almost driven me to crazy, let along that you must be alert about the appearance of some strange and fear animals, like snake, hawk and scorpion. =_= ...
... would now be leaving. I rushed to catch my flight to London, and escape the grimly overcrowded airport.
Only a few hours after leaving Tripoli, I was glad to find that everything was safe and secure and as it should be in my flat. Even the plants had survived. I turned on the television and tuned into the news only to find that ...
... I opted instead to sit outside, in the pleasant town square, and take in the sights of this unusually calm and peaceful city. A short break in Libya may have cost me more than I would have hoped, but I thought that it was worth it, to at least have had a taste of Libya just as the country was beginning to open up to the world, and before the real tourist invasion began.
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