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... with their country. However, there is no age pension or unemployment welfare. But there is only 14 percent taxation paid and a lot of people get paid in cash so don't pay as much tax. To my way of thinking, you need to pay taxes to get the services/benefits and have to build up the coffers before these can be implemented. (Providing you have an honest government obviously). The roads are very good. Nice and wide. There seems to be quite ...
... Kind of a shock, but we managed to do that as well. After that we listened to all other comments. Most of which were in Arabic. Live translators took care of translation. They switched once in a while. My headset broke down, but quickly I was given a new one. It went on. Everyone thanked the committee for the work, the experts and so on. The translators got so tired that at one point our headsets cracked: "Many speakers before have ...
... explain "that feeling you get when you just need to lay down in exhaustion and do nothing." Needless to say my host sister, Amina, nodded her head in understanding. I shouldn't forget she did live with me for the last two months.
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All my love, affection, and invitations to Skype (hmrehak),
... to get out of bed she didn’t hesitate to ...
... and whether or not bathing will be restricted to once a week at the hammam. I had time to walk around on the streets this morning before my orientation started, and I definitely felt self-conscious about my appearance. Pale skin, blue eyes and red hair don't exactly blend in here. I guess that's just something I'll have to get used to. I'm the only volunteer who arrived this week so I have my orientation by myself. ...