Queen Centre Arjaan by Rotana
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Its been an incredible 6 months since I have last blogged. A lot has obviously happened since then. I got an internship which obviously had a condition of no blogging, but otherwise here is what has been happening….
1. I moved out from my host family, and found a new apartment at Sayyeda zainab. It's a beautiful one bedroom apartment, with its very own balcony!! Which ofcourse looks over other balconies.
2. Obviously my new digs has ...
... freeze, as I resolve to buy gloves and a hat in Aleppo.
We have to wait at the bus station for nearly an hour, as our bus to Aleppo has been canceled. Bashar manages to find the only bus that's willing to make the trip through the snow. I'm not sure that finding the one bus willing to take a chance on the roads when everyone else has decided it's too risky is exactly a good thing, but at 9:30 we're off through the Damascus traffic to Allepo.
... working, shops and schools closed, natives eating ice cream, public transport jammed, and the strangers sense of being excluded from the merriment- from everything."
Thankfully, for the time being, I no longer fall into the category of 'traveller'- as by definition a traveller has to move. I now occupy the no-mans land between resident and tourist; a position that defies definition, but is nonetheless quite comfortable. From my vantage as the 'quasi' traveller the ...
... dad to buying us lots of food and ice cream. mmmm. Louis had a hand basket that he pulled around on wheels and I took lots of picks of weird foreign food marketing. Photos to come.
Came home, ate dinner of corn pasta, italian brie and okanagan wine, followed by a game of scrabble and cooked down fruits and ice cream for desert. A great day with the family in Damascus. And, once again, I'm full. ...
... up in a seriously third world industrial and commercial street. This is the Street of the Half-Car Sellers. At workshops lined up on either side of the road are damaged cars, generally without wheels or tyres, but with the running gear, but only in halves. Either the front or the back end, cut off at the door pillars. All makes, models and vintages are represented, with the majority Kia's and Hondas. It seems to say something about the way they drive ...