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... on when we were there so, you guessed it, no tour for us. We did get lots of photos of the outside though.
The second smaller vessel on site was the Mohammedi ll, a Boom (a class of dhow). It was built in 1979 in India using authentic drawings of Mohammedi l, the largest Boom ever built at the time (1915). It was made completely of teak wood and copper. The hand carvings and detail work are impressive. It actually crossed the ocean (towed by a ...
An epistle poem about the unknown neighbour
Having successfully avoided you this past 10 months
I cannot address this letter correctly
You are next door though,
So delivery would be easy
In fact I'm not sure if you have been here that long
My lack of interactions with you
A study in aloofness
I guiltily, occasionally, wonder
My awareness of you consists
Of the sound of you ...
... present, and Syrian refugees are in Lebanon again now, twice as many as last time.
When I was walking the Lebanon Mountain Trail one of the many discussions I had with locals as we walked along was about the war. They said that one of the reasons they had the civil war was to get rid of the Syrians. This makes one wonder, then, what the Lebanese are all thinking now that so many have come ...
... she was not expecting me to be wearing a kilt. I began to develop the suspicion that I might be about to actually commit a crime. So I consulted 3 friends, all of whom confirmed this suspicion, one saying basically the police might bust me for transvestitism. This actually began to make me scared. I couldn't believe I was actually going to run the risk of arrest, possible jail time and deportation for having on a kilt. Usually I would ignore ...
... no one else about where you are headed.
Another thing. As we drove along, the nice and reassuring bitumin road was being interrupted by drifts of sand more and more frequently. As we drove along this 30km section I began to wonder, and then try to stop wondering, about what would happen if the car stopped, or got stuck in a sand drift. And how quickly. One particularly scary moment for me was when we drove over a ...