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... rip in the gusset area this evening - will have to get the sewing thread out…..
Got a taxi eventually home, after 2 or 3 ‘pick-up’ attempts by locals who start off very friendly and plausible, engage you in conversation about one or other of their relatives that fought for the Brits, worked in Britain etc etc, then comes the ‘that’s my shop over there, please let me get you a business card, do come inside and ...
... on our photo shoot so that we could get out of the park and into a taxi back to our hotel for a group dinner, however it has certainly given us a memory that we will never forget.
Now in one of our previous blogs we spoke about the beeping horns and cacophony of noise that is Saigon. Let us tell you that that has nothing on Cairo where you would think that the horn has simply been added as a toy to play with when sitting in traffic or that every car is at the control of ...
... we boarded a Greyhound style bus and found Nigel’s bag safely below!! To top it all off…this was all happening on Friday the 13th.
Another overnight bus ride landed us in Cappadocia, Turkey. Goreme is the name of the town we were in but Cappadocia is the more well-known name of the area in which we stayed. The whole area is laced with ‘pigeon caves’ which look like teepees in the hills that are made of rock and are completely ...
... are three doctors on staff. YES, I said doctors. You know how American schools have a school nurse who might come in two or three times a week? We have an actual clinic on the first floor and teachers, staff, and students alike are able to visit the clinic and get help with any medical issue. We are encouraged to do so!
The current situation: We have been on curfew, as stated in my last entry; home by 7pm and not out again until 6am. This week, the ...
... layer it takes some mental processing for your mind to accept that you're actually there doing it for real.
On the way back to the hostel we stopped at a papyrus manufacturers and were shown the process. Fascinating stuff. It makes paper look a bit mono-useful and wasteful in comparison. Man, these guys were clever - back in ancient times they not only found a material for writing on but they even used the outer strips of the papyrus plant to make baskets and the like. I bought ...