Fourat Cham Palace -Deir Ezzor
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... to Cairo, I didn't even see Petra because I had this plan in mind. Now I find myself in Northern Syria, spitting distance from Turkey; a hop, skip and a jump from connecting two continuous lines I've drawn across the Globe: Lisbon to Istanbul, and Cairo to Cape Town. Istanbul is calling.
This I pondered this morning as I ate my breakfast, which I must say was pretty darn good: an omelet, green olives, a piece of cheese, a mound of bread with ...
I ride south towards the Iraqi border and spend the day at Dura Europus and Mari. Dura Europus was established by the Seleucids around 290 BC and was destroyed by the Sassanian Persians in 256AD. Not a Palmyra or a Petra by any stretch of the imagination but the ghosts of the past still speak to me as I wander around the site. There are few people there. Mari, a bit nearer the Iraqi border, ...
After a robust exchange with the morning manager about how much I am to be charged for the night he agrees that I, and the afternoon manager, are right. 200SL less than he wanted. I have the argument again and again. Single room? We only have a double. I only use one bed, one towel etc. OK single room price. Though rarely as quick as that!
Where they exist, and there are plenty of them on the roads, road ...
Everybody in the dorm was leaving in the morning, the two girls were heading to Palmyra so I walked down to the bus station with them and it turned out that I could get a direct bus rather than having to go to Aleppo and change which was also going through Palmyra. The bus left 10 minutes after arriving at hem bus station and had loads of leg room and free water. I slept a lot of the way (the sceneray was basically barren desert for seven hours) then had a very ...
Aleppo to Deir-ez-Zor. -Sun 16th May
On the road eastward by 8:30. Thecland is very flat and has big fields of grain and varied green crops. The usual rubbish strewn everywhere, although we see the first attempts to clear it, with big piles smouldering on the central reservation in places. We Slso see small herds of sheep watched over by Bedouin children on the central reservation! This road is quieter between the villages,
Suddenly there's lots ...