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... Her name is Nour and we exchanged phone numbers and hopefully we'll go shopping together soon. She was really nice and helped us with our Arabic homework a little. Some other Amideast students came and joined us at Starbucks until we went to dinner around 8.
Dinner was delicious, I had a salad and strawberry lemonade and my friends and I smoked hookah! We had a grape berry flavor which ...
... depicts hills and valleys, villages and towns in Palestine and the Nile Delta. The mosaic contains the earliest extant representation of Byzantine Jerusalem, labelled the "Holy City." To be honest, the whole thing was a little underwhelming as it was difficult to get a fair representation of the mosaic due to its size. Furthermore, much of the mosaic was missing and the ‘blanks’ filled in by plaster. This was not mentioned in any research we ...
... ll have to get pictures, but we looked so ridiculous. We set off into the Wadi, and i couldn't believe my eyes; the desert was covered in beautiful pink Oleander flowers and streams of running water. It was so beautiful. We hiked on and on, jumping over streams and climbing over large boulders. We went further and further into the Wadi and became surrounded by mountain high rock formations. They were all shapes, sizes and colors. I know I keep saying it was so beautiful, ...
... out on the deck, and strung up my travel clothes line for all our socks.
Armed with my iPhone, we headed off to Starbucks for coffee (Emma had dropped a pin on Google Maps to show where it was, then we wandered about the wee shopping centre there. There was a really nice bakery, a specialist butchery selling NZ beef, lots of other little interesting shops, and a takeaway shop called Two Pots, which Emma had ...
... But there were genuine welcomes from my co-workers, a note on
my desk welcoming me back, many stops as I walked down the school
hall of people asking where I'd been or how my trip was. It was like
coming home to a family. The following week one of the ex-pats had us
over for a roast beef dinner. That felt like home too.
The more you travel, the more places
you live in or visit, the more difficult it becomes to define ...