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A day in the realm of bedouins

My Scholarship entry - A day in the realm of bedouins

While I was observing children marking lambs, their grandfather has approached me and invited me into his house for a cup of tasty arabic coffee. He put proudly on a display all his coffee pots and insisted that I had to take the picture of him and his wife when he is pouring the coffee into a cup. Later on I was offered to overnight there. That was a great end of my visit of syrian bedouins enclave. Hope they are safe and will survive the ongoing civil war without any harm.

SYRIA | Wednesday, 29 October 2014 | Views [348] | View Larger Image

While I was observing children marking lambs, their grandfather has approached me and invited me into his house for a cup of tasty arabic coffee. He put proudly on a display all his coffee pots and insisted that I had to take the picture of him and his wife when he is pouring the coffee into a cup. Later on I was offered to overnight there. That was a great end of my visit of syrian bedouins enclave. Hope they are safe and will survive the ongoing civil war without any harm.

Tags: syria, bedouins, hospitality, coffee

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