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... the gun fire was over heads of the crowds or blanks. I hope it was. News reports of other cities however suggested greater volatility and injury.
Needless to say, Hama was quiet that evening and the streets empty. A brief stroll revealed coaches of soldiers fast asleep near the government building, with small patrols keeping watch.
An early departure the next day.
... seclusion. He soon attracted even greater crowds who came from far and near to hear him preach twice a day. After 37 years atop his pillar, St. Simeon died in 459. This, now world Heritage site, still attracts quite a few people and therefore also features in our tourism movie. Ali, one of the Syrians that also had a big role in the movie was playing St. Simeon and he had to stand on top of the pillar. Rami explained to us how he will build up the church in 3D ...
... We spent a few hours walking around and then visited the citadel on the hill. This was amazing- you could walk all the way through it. There was a bathroom and kitchen area and so many tunnels and rooms to explore. The views from the top were awesome too. This place was really worth the visit!
A lady on our tour recommended a place for dinner when we got back so we warily tried it out... Success!! Looks like 2011 is gonna kick 2010's ...
... translated into Arabic. He writes it all by hand and appears meticulous in his approach. He does not keep copies. I hope he is not the victim of a fire.Being of a practical bent I suggest he makes copies. I look longingly at three paintings and after tea depart to consider my options. I know in my heart that it is not what I will I buy but which will I buy.
My evening meal in a modest though large ...
... br> Just as well I saved the whiskey.
"I'll have the water".
The salad is delicious, the filet boot like and the sauce not what I ordered. You see why I don't do upmarket! My children Abigail and Darach phone me to wish me happy birthday.
Later, back at the hotel, my wife phones. It sounds like the whole world is in our home celebrating my birthday.
I wonder where I'll go next ...