Golden Dar Tourist Hotel

Talha Street, Sanaa, 4269, Yemen | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Talha Street, Sanaa.
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    My life as it stands

    A travel blog entry by landerh on Nov 03, 2010

    1 comment

    ... forgotten though it has arisen many a time in conversation, Mike of the epic bicycle, Ali of the business English program at the kulia, (I do apologize that I don't know how to spell your name, I shall have to guess) Jann, Joseph, Danielle, and Sebastien. I could bother to give you the particulars of everyone in this situation but I shan't because alas, I have a life.
    So anyway, having nothing to do of a Wednesday/ Friday night, Mustafa and myself accepted an offer to ...

    Here's 2--3 Weeks Worth of Blog

    A travel blog entry by landerh on Oct 31, 2010

    4 comments, 7 photos

    ... we traversed a steep gravel path. The dust just clogged my
    eyes something fierce and clung to my sweaty face (attractive, I
    know. I just want to provide a complete description... if I didn't
    feel that smiley faces were un-classy I'd put a winking one here). We
    made it back. A satisfactory trip all-in-all. Yemen was redeemed when
    a) I saw Wadi Ajhar and b) when I returned to the best place on this
    Earth... Sana'a. I've been trying to figure out how ...

    Day late and a dollar short

    A travel blog entry by landerh on Oct 03, 2010

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... change the language to Arabic, it says the time in Arabic. I can text in English and Arabic; I have approximately 90 ringtones, I've got 20 themes, a whole spectrum of color schemes (or colour), and a screen saver; It has four language options; Radio; I have the option of a Gregorian calendar or the Hijri one; Three fabulous games; Calculator; Converter for: temperature, weight, length, area, volume, currency, and it can recall the last ...

    Not my fault this is late, the internet was down

    A travel blog entry by landerh on Oct 03, 2010

    3 comments, 6 photos

    ... to meander back toward the
    Markez (where we're staying). We found a nice little cafe called
    theكافتي& #1585;ية
    ألاصد 02;اء(Friends Cafeteria) with it's rainbow
    colored sign. It was pretty amazing. Here's the lineup: fresh
    squeezed OJ, Yemeni coffee (I'm not quite sure what was in it but it
    was pretty nifty), a huuuuuuuge plate of chicken and rice, khobz
    arabii ...

    *Swear word

    A travel blog entry by landerh on Oct 01, 2010

    3 comments

    ... to some sort of hotel personel loitering about near the exit. He looked at me and said (in English), "You speak Arabic?"
    "Eywa, qaleelan. FusHa faqat." (Yes, a little. Modern Standard only.)
    "You speak it really well," the man, Awad, said. Awad asked for my email and gave me his. This way I can help him with his English (his English is already perfect) and he can help me with my Arabic.
    One of Awad's fellow loiterers asked me a ...