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... WAS TOLD THAT THE HOUSES HAD BEEN REBUILT. MOST OF THE TOWNSFOLK FLED.
ARTILLERY AND HELICOPTERS HAVE CONTINUED TO BOMBARD THE TOWN REGULARLY EVER SINCE,ALTHOUGH MOST CIVILIANS HAVE RETURNED,THEIR NUMBERS SWOLLEN BY THE INFLUX OF REFUGEES FROM THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE.
THERE IS LITTLE ROOM IN TOWN FOR JOURNALISTS,SPARED ONLY FLOOR SPACE IN ONE HOUSE NOW USED AS A MEDIA CENTRE,WHERE THE TOILET SOON BLOCKED,THE AIR CON FAN WAS BROKEN,THE SHOWER NON ...
... be. I ended up getting a bit sick in Aleppo. nothing serious, I managed to keep all orifices functioning normally. But I was just feeling a bit off, zapped of energy, and a queasy stomach. So I found myself just kind of bumming around the town, wandering the souq, touring the citadel that dominates the city, reading and chatting with fellow travelers in the hostel. Not exactly how I pictured my time there, but what are you going to do?
... of the guide and no carnet needed in Turkey; just the purchase of the visas. Our guide gave us a very upview of Syria. How tourism is increasing. How development is growing apace. The Government is building homes for young families who acquire them via a lottery system. The truth is that the general world view of Syria and its political situation means less tourists and investment. But the President seems a pragmatic man and times they are achanging.
... middle east and specific cultural tours, cruise tours specialising in the near east countries and magazine editors.
I will admit i am one of those people who simultaneously gets up and reads many articles, press related papers and assumes things about what places look like and are and Syria was no different, but i could not have been more wrong, i was so surprised ...
... he told me. "They are too cold," he said with a wry smile. And besides German girls would not seriously consider him anyway, he said with certainty. I got the sense that he would like to have a nice and conservative Turkish girl with traditional values as his wife. But his futures lies in Germany, because Turkey is still a relatively poor country. He told me that the people in Kayseri and central Anatolia are more business-oriented and pragmatic. "They want ...