For three years in a row, I could not miss a summer without visiting beautiful Spain <3. Espanya, as called by the Catalan, has a special place in my heart. While I believe that people should not be the same to get along, such differences could be problematic when friends of different tastes travel together. This may not be an issue if Spain was the destination. Spain has a lot to offer to everyone who is interested in history, culture, sports, nature, or nightlife. Oh and I will not forget the great food and the great people.
This is my first guest posting, thank you Mohamad for the invitation.
The village of Chinle is a “census designate place”, in other words it only exists because people live there, it was not formally recorded in “official” records. On the Navajo reservation, people lived here beyond recorded time. It is called in their language “flowing out”, where live giving water flows out from the canyons.
Shawarma and Falafel are traditional dishes of Syria. Although both are famous in the neighborhood, they are best served in Syria.
The two videos below were shooted by my camera while in Syria / Damascus – 2010.
Hello there, dear blogger world, this is a post from your fellow viking that will try to educate you about the country of Ikea and rotten fish. In the middle of putting together my IKEA furniture and combing my blond hair, I have been asked by Mr Mohamad to tell you a bit about my fantastic home country Sweden. First things first. Location:
My daughter “Sham”, eight years old, read my other post “Scary Night”. She liked it a lot and was so amused by it… Today, she came excited with an idea, “Dad, I want you to share my own story with your friends”. She meant my WordPress friends. Since she had shown some special skills in composing stories, I’m here publishing her own story without any alteration – her own English words and style.
P.S., Sham in Arabic slang means Damascus (the capital of Syria)
by Carolyn Dennis-Willingham
This past weekend I attended Austin’s 29th Annual Children Giving to Children Parade – a collaborative event with the Operation Blue Santa Program.
Their goal? To collect toys for the children whose parents can’t afford to buy them.
Since 1987, the concept of a parade grew. This weekend, thousands of spectators arrived to view the giant balloons, holiday floats, mariachi bands, jugglers and more.
If you’re looking for a place where you can get everything you need for Christmas and you want this everything to be handmade and totally unique, Niedersachsen, Germany, is the perfect place for your visit! Christmas decorations, presents, atmosphere and a lot more 🙂 I managed to get a wooden cat 🙂