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Thursday, 25 November 2010
Something old, something new


When we went to the meal and belly-dancing show I suspected there was a risk that someone might end up dancing on the table. Well at least it wasn’t me this time. One of my colleagues remarked that the belly-dancing almost made up for the poor quality of the food. There was also some male dancing as part of the show, although I suspect it has a different formal name.  If it had an equally descriptive name it would be something along the lines of “bare chested strutting with swords”.


This is the wall that surrounds the old town. It might not be as old as it looks. The cobbles in the souq have the well-worn look and feel of a Disneyland theme attraction.

Posted by bigblue on 25/11/2010 at 08:33 AM
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