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... Damascus could have given us some hint of the nervousness of the government forces had we been more alert to the tensions. On our northward passage through Syria in January 2011 we were aware of the brewing trouble, which is why we skipped our planned visit to Damascus and made our way quickly to the Turkish border. What is it all about? Well, there are no black and white answers to any political ...
... visited it last year. This is of course not true but it certainly
Burial Pyramid from about 500 AD Al-Bara
is not awash with tourists, although the 1st Century BC ruins are very spectacular, especially at dusk. ...
... and he says maybe 10-15 minutes. Hmmm, bit of a different story there. Anyway, I ask the bus driver and passenegers to wait at least 15-20 minutes for a response from the Damascus office as it's not fair to ask 5 people to wait 3 hours for the next bus if we may get a response soon. Sure enough about 5 minutes later the response came in and everything was ago...hmmm guess the Damascene official woke up. ...
... me of NYC trying to holler a cab but as always when going abroad negotiate a price or ask for the meter. One thing that springs to mind when you hit to the streets is the continuous honking of drivers and bikes horns, its not a rage thing here, its purpose is to tell you "I'm here, I'm moving into your lane" and this honking seems to reduce the crashes and accidents on the roads or at least ...
26 SEPTEMBER 2010 - Last day in Turkey. Up at 4.30am to get on our truck at 5am for a big day of travelling to Aleppo, Syria. Today we go through the border of Turkey and Syria. We drive for about 4 hours and then stopped in a park for breakfast cereal. We got to Turkish border where we lined up for sometime to get passport stamped. We got through and then had sandwiches by the truck amongst the traffic and smog. We drove to ...