Fardoss Tower Hotel
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... a bit timid, they weren't hostile. Maybe it was the current mood.
I spent a whole morning trying to find a school that specialised in teaching Arabic in conjunction with activities like cooking and this was a concept I wanted to write about in the Middle East. After two hours of walking around the area and asking people for directions I gave up. I could have called them but I wanted to try to find the school without having to call them. After all, my mobile phone ...
... mentioned by name in the New Testament, and still there 2,000 years later. I later visit the Roman Arch, several gates, the chapel of Saint Paul (built on the spot where he escaped over the walls of the city), and the ancient chapel of Saint Ananias.
We have our final group dinner at a wonderful hidden gem of a restaurant near the gates to the old city where we say goodbye to our guide and those in our group who were leaving the tour in Syria. ...
... Other buses loaded up and left, the bus in front of us just sat. And as we waited, with others in their various forms of dress, from modern euro-arab with high heels and pointy shoes, to traditional arab head scrarves and full head to toe dress, Louis started to get nervous. It seemed there were a few people looking over at us quite a bit, talking alot, looking over at us, talking alot, making hand gestures, talking alot, looking over at us, talking ...
... of sauce. the sauce is perfectly creamy yet intensly garlicky, i have no idea how they get it that way.
in other news i just survived day 4 of quiting smoking.....without killing anyone...and did so in 43 degree celsius weather. when you drive with your windows open here, its actually like being near a heater. when i said west africa was hot, i had no idea what i was ...
... his soda out of a straw. What an observation!
I started to talk with the mother, whose name was Rana and she said they have been living in the US for 12 years . They decided to move back to Syria as the economy has been really bad and they wanted their children to learn Arabic. Her husband was still in the US closing up his business and was soon joining them in Damascus where they would live. She told me that the ...