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"Where are you from?"
"Cool. There is an American Muslim and he married a Yemeni woman. They live there." The boy pointed, "In that house."
"Yeah! Wanna play soccer with us?"
"No thanks. I don't think that I play." (My ridiculous sentence.)
"Okay. Are you Muslim?"
"No. I'm sorry. I'm not." (At this point one of the boys grins really big and makes a ...
... combination of alley and pot holes. Nonetheless we get to the
end of the road (past two hotels...which I thought was strange. I
can't describe why I was surprised but I was) and it ends in a pretty
epic cliff. As you step off the bus, like literally when you step off
the bus, you are swept up in a crowd of wheelbarrows. Mostly kidlets
are trying to sell you over priced trinkets. I had already read about
this phenomena so I had steeled myself not to buy ...
... down, it's the last club standing as the Monaco was shut down last week (are you ready for this? The paper needs and editor) for alcohol and 'Viagra birthday control," and prostitutes run rampant there. I know right? Prostitutes in Yemen. I almost wish I had gone just for that.
Friday: This entry is short. I wore my sweat pants pretty much all day. Awesome.
Saturday: I went to class and got owned by Arabic as I am wont to do ...
... s pretty hoppin' and there are lots of shops. We changed our money
at a pretty jenky WU but the exchange rate was what it was. As we
were waiting for Felix, Aaron and I were just standing around and a
man came up and asked where we were from. We then bought some drinks
at a little shop. The guy there too asked where we were from.
Apparently he was Saudi.
People are so afraid that Americans are
hated and despised but I have seen none of ...
... blessing and gives the donater blessing. When you offer directions ( assistance, help) your performing a good deed too. People will help you to get the blessing from Allah. Living according to the Sun nah is a way of life in Yemen for those ritious individuals who choose that path. I embarked upon the toilsome journey to Yemen to learn the Arabic language, and live in the thriving Muslim culture. ...
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