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Travel Blogs from Tripoli
... they are typical desert women because they are willing to wait their outward and fighting husband and support their men with numerous pray.
... thick and colorful carpet ( better than any carpet I’ve been
ever seem before including the one I saw in a five-star hotel!) which may be imported
from the Turkey! There are also golden
decorated stuff including the forks, knives and even cupboard! How can you
imagine in such a neglected place surrounded the sand can be so enjoyable!
thank goodness! I can have a shower ! ...
... force……Well it's true for those people who are willing to have an adventure. But to tell the truth, the only thing that I can enjoy during my journey is the blue sky and yellow land and, the nasty smell of the camel almost driven me to crazy, let along that you must be alert about the appearance of some strange and fear animals, like snake, hawk and scorpion. =_= ...
... would now be leaving. I rushed to catch my flight to London, and escape the grimly overcrowded airport.
Only a few hours after leaving Tripoli, I was glad to find that everything was safe and secure and as it should be in my flat. Even the plants had survived. I turned on the television and tuned into the news only to find that ...
... most is Colonel Gadaffi's old Volkswagen Beetle. They also display the army jeep that he triumphantly drove into Tripoli on in 1969, along with a number of ostentatiously large portraits of Libya's 'Brother Leader'.
Having walked through the walls of the old city, you find yourself in a typically bustling North African medina. It's actually remarkably similar to the medina in Tunis, and seems to sell almost identical goods. The only real difference was that ...