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... to a town called Bosra (not Iraq) where a Roman Castle awaited us. Its amazing how blasť you can get because we didn’t even go in. It was just like an I-Spy tick box. We both agreed that this was the last time we go ...
... a cool old fortified city also along the Euphrates. I enjoyed Halabiya mainly because I got the chance to hitchhike there. At all three sites I was once again the only visitor at the time.
After several days in Deir ez-Zor it was time to move on to Aleppo. Brent, a Canadian guy I met while in Kurdistan was also heading that direction from Damascus so we decided it might better to travel together for ...
... and chatted with their 3 boys and one girl… aged 4 to about 13. We are pretty sure that Mr. Tomb-raider guy settled something with this family because there was no pressure to pay for anything with them I did have a fun little pick-up football (soccer) session with two of the boys later.
Unfortunately, for the first time in Syria, we were harassed by more tomb-raider guys on motorbikes on our late afternoon stroll into the ruins. It was ...
We are moving fast. Whilst in Syria we covered a massive amount of the country, though it has to be said, it is not large. The population is about 22 million, and they have 90 million olive trees. Syria in the past referred to all the Levant – the land at the eastern end of the Mediterranean, the modern country is just a small area of what it once was. Like all these Middle Eastern countries they have a proud history ...
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Although my photo are of the interior of the museum, unfortunately no photography is allowed in the museum.
Aleppo Souq Paradise
Aleppo's Souq (Souks) are claimed to be the best in Syria but as i am yet to explore the wonder of Damascus ...