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... a break dancing/ rap thing. Yessir. In Yemen. Anyway, Joseph (aka Yousof) called and said he had two extra tickets besides the one for him and myself. Anyway I asked the new kid, Paul, if he wanted to come he said fo' shizzle (okay, not really- that's just my spin) but it turned out later that his placement test took to long so I made the trek to- wait for it- Coffee Trader.
I chatted with the taxi driver who was totally chill. He practiced his English and I ...
love of Sana'a but I've not been able I can only describe the feeling
it gives me. I feel comfy. Not comfortable. Comfortable is too
formal. Yemen feels to me like I think most people feel curled up on
the couch snuggled in their favorite blanket, sipping hot cocoa on
the day before Christmas watching snow fall at dusk. Comfy. Safe.
(as a reminder, this is my Monday): Wajibat katheera (a lot of
... I did; It's got spreadsheets for my daily accounts (food, transportation, etc.) and monthly; Timer; Calendar; Stopwatch;My alarm clock says, “It's blah time, it's time to get up...” with a British voice. Jealous yet?
I woke up at 5:45am and just kind of bummed around. (P.S. As I'm writing this I have my door open because I love knowing that people just kind of pop by but right now I can hear the Germans chatting away. I ...
... a little salad, and some hot sauce shena****ns.
We headed back. I was so wired I was
just gonna pop by my room for a bit and go explore some more by
myself. We got back and everyone was gonna take a nap and I though,
“Why not?” I laid awake for most of an hour and then I finally
fell asleep. For three hours. Completely missing most of the
daylight. But I grabbed a spot on an entourage heading out to buy
... I didn't hear it so I asked him to repeat it. Before he could answer, Awad told him that it was not a proper question 'for ladies.' But I asked him again because now I had to know. "How old are you? 20? Maybe 21?"
I told him that I was 21. Now, prepare yourself for the fun part, he said, "I can tell, it's in the eyes." Hahahaha.
Next, I was sitting in the hotel lobby before turning in my room key in exchange for my transit ticket because I was ...
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