Shahba El Sham

Address: Aleppo, Syria | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Aleppo

Our Experiences On The Road To Damascus Oct 2007

A travel blog entry by chrisandjanet on Aug 09, 2011

... there, The evening was spent around a camp fire with the loads of overlanders that tend to get here (mainly Aussies), and since Janet and I tend to win hands down on the ****- taking stakes we have to put up with cheap jibes ...

Goodbye Beautiful Syria

A travel blog entry by kdwali on Apr 29, 2011

... over
the last month. The hostel that I stayed at in Hama had two other guests. It
would normally have been packed to the rafters with people sleeping on the roof
also. In spite of this, the hostel owner was glad that I was leaving
Syria. Not because of any personal risk to me, but simply that they did
not want outsiders to ...

A bit of man talk when buying a scarf!!

A travel blog entry by alexjasonworld on Mar 18, 2011

1 comment, 14 photos

... was one issue they were not willing to discuss.....that of the anti-government movement in Syria. We tried gently on several occasions to talk about the recent news of protests in Dara'a only to be shut down or told quickly how much they loved their president.

The only time we got a more detailed answer was when we were chatting to a Syrian / Australian man who emigrated to Lakemba some 6 years ago. He had returned to Syria for a year ...

Srerjillo, Dead City

A travel blog entry by billnpat on Nov 04, 2010

1 comment, 9 photos

... smoke belching big trucks, and especially fun to see all of the school aged kids as school gets out around 3 pm. What is absolutely amazing to us is how casually life and limb are taken, with the tiniest kids playing on and around the roads, or darting out of gates, with parents on motorbikes clinging to babies in blankets, the women all riding sidesaddle behind their men, not holding anything except their babies. We often see as many as three on ...

Day 2 - Feeling Overwhelmed in History

A travel blog entry by spiritdtraveler on Sep 28, 2010

32 photos

... asked he we wanted to go to turkey, if we had our passports ready (LOL), our guide made our tour funny and relaxing. The lunch that was prepared was by far another feast and was a little overbearing as it just kept coming but was delicious mezza (array of dishes and nibbles). The food is typically Turkish, Arabian and Mediterranean all in one and you could easily eat until you cannot move and once ...

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