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A day in the realm of bedouins

My Scholarship entry - A day in the realm of bedouins

I went on a day trip from the city of Hama lying in fertile Orontes valley towards east to the edge of Syrian desert, where is thriving bedouin community in succession of small settlements, one of which is called Sarouj. Right after I got out of bus in first village I was greeted by the tractor driver and his jovial coworkers, who had appareantly so much fun with themselves. That was a great introduction into this place.

SYRIA | Wednesday, 29 October 2014 | Views [515] | View Larger Image

I went on a day trip from the city of Hama lying in fertile Orontes valley towards east to the edge of Syrian desert, where is thriving bedouin community in succession of small settlements, one of which is called Sarouj. Right after I got out of bus in first village I was greeted by the tractor driver and his jovial coworkers, who had appareantly so much fun with themselves. That was a great introduction into this place.

Tags: syria, tractor, agriculture, work, road, greetings

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