Travel Blogs from Tripoli
... live in oasis are mostly consisted of women, children and ages while people in the tribe are always strong ad powerful man. This is because in ancient time, people in desert considered oasis as a neutral region which they can’t being involved in a war. In this way can lessen the unnecessary sacrifice.
Although the war between two tribes are no longer appear (or seldom?), but for some reason the man in the tribe ...
... thick and colorful carpet ( better than any carpet I’ve been
ever seem before including the one I saw in a five-star hotel!) which may be imported
from the Turkey! There are also golden
decorated stuff including the forks, knives and even cupboard! How can you
imagine in such a neglected place surrounded the sand can be so enjoyable!
thank goodness! I can have a shower ! ...
... his angry face as well as the gentle one.
Hope that we can get to the oasis as soon as possible. I’d rather to have a shower in the cost of my Phone ---- anyway, they have already run out of battery!
... would now be leaving. I rushed to catch my flight to London, and escape the grimly overcrowded airport.
Only a few hours after leaving Tripoli, I was glad to find that everything was safe and secure and as it should be in my flat. Even the plants had survived. I turned on the television and tuned into the news only to find that ...
... I eventually made my way to Green Square (aka Martyrs' Square) in front of the Red Castle, the medina and the world class Jamahiriya Museum. I was wary of entering the museum as my guide book stated that it was necessary to hire an expensive guide. This turned out not to be true and I was free to wander around wherever I liked. The grand museum is packed full of artefacts from Libya's ancient sites at Cyrene, Sabratha and Leptis Magna, but what visitors seem ...