Four Seasons Hotel
Travel Blogs from Tripoli
Church bells this morning and a lovely display of Easter eggs and cakes at reception. Very tired after yesterday so had quiet lunch in the cabin as cold and windy outside. After dinner entertainment a Music Hall night and Rob dressed for the ...
... their weapon with them. The expression in those soldiers’ eyes are deep and cool, and of course, firm and persistent. The whole tribe gives you a depressed feeling that the war is approaching.
Wow! That’s the man of desert! They fear nothing… well, what can be much more frightened than the changeable and fierce desert ---- they even don’t care about the desert! Meanwhile, I also admire those wife in ...
... thick and colorful carpet ( better than any carpet I’ve been
ever seem before including the one I saw in a five-star hotel!) which may be imported
from the Turkey! There are also golden
decorated stuff including the forks, knives and even cupboard! How can you
imagine in such a neglected place surrounded the sand can be so enjoyable!
thank goodness! I can have a shower ! ...
October 19, 2013
Silence,silence, and silence!
I used to think of that desert is a fun place: there are huge camels, wonderful sunset, different kinds of creatures that possess incredible ...
... 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 ...