Travel Blogs from Hammamet
... this one: yellow and shiny, with blue lines on their sides. Some fish may even be his exact copies.
-----But, no fish could be infinitely large and endless. If there were such a fish, it would've pushed into the space of this small one, and she would've discovered the endless fish and not the small one.
-----The scientist's thoughts turn to her own life and what lives will follow it. She understands that, like her life in ...
... and she gets revenge by chopping off the cat's tail.
Ha ha ha. Good job, Oommy Sissy!
"There's the cutest puppy in the world here - I think a donkey could carry it with no harm to the donkey, and only some minimal motion sickness to the puppy." I wrote this e-mail to a friend to convince her she should come travel in Tunisia with me.
This bronze-colored ...
... women, who showed confidence in their head-scarves that said, "I don't need the attention of any man who's not going to be my husband."
Mejjed mentioned two quotes from the Koran that said women should cover themselves. His "Assistant Imam" played these quotes for me, on a microphone that translated the Koran into many languages including my own. The first quote said women should cover themselves so ...
When we accepted the exchange of prayer for God's love, we began accepting other things we shouldn't:
-----property taxes and rent, in exchange for a piece of the world to stand on; visa fees, for the right to move in peace; museum fees, for the right to learn about our world; jobs we hated, or unethical jobs in border-control/politics/the-military/ma rketing/journalism/espionage, for money; sacrifice ...
... This moustached forty-year-old had a calm face, confident posture that relaxed on his shepherd's staff, and the expressive gestures of a leader. He called, "Saloha!!!" from across company headquarters, as if dealing with a matter of presidential urgency. He wore the cleanest clothes in Sminja.
- - I began to think something was wrong with him, when I noticed he talked constantly. He gave frustrated speeches to himself. Standing all alone, ...