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Syria

My final stop in Syria was the harbour town of Latakia, which had also been untouched by the war. I had chosen the dates specifically as people had told me there would be the biggest football match of the year then between Latakia Tishreen and Damascus Al-Wahda. The athmosphere was crazy and I havent seen...
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Tartous felt a bit like mediterranian Europe As I was too late to the bus station in Homs (7pm) to catch the last bus to Tartous, I asked a taxi driver how much he wanted for the nearly 2 hour trip. When he said 20$ I just said okay and two minutes later we were...
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The girl I was staying with in Damascus was gonna have a dance show in Homs, and I was lucky enough to come with her. The drive into the city was heart breaking, as Homs is possibly the city in Syria with the most destruction. I was also told that this is where the war...
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Damascus is not what I expected. The streets here are full of kids running around, couples holding hands, youngsters smoking cigarettes and listening to music. Its quite the opposite of what I had imagined before coming here. Its a very joyful and lively place. The whole week i have been here it has felt as...
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It was a rainy day in November 2018 that I decided to board the midnight bus from Damascus to Aleppo. I was nervous from just hearing that bombings had resumed in the eastern part of Aleppo, after the chemical attacks that had happened there four days before. Once I got there and was met by...
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Just a 30km drive uphill from Damascus city there is a town called Said Naya, known for having one of the oldest monasteries in the World. It is run by nuns and is an important pilgrimage site for Christians and Muslims. The bus ride was from the eastern bus station and cost only 250syrian pounds...
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Ive now been in Damascus for over a week and have got a feel for what life is like here. It all started when I was in the shared taxi from Beirut. I had explained to the girl next to me that I normaly dont stay in hotels and that my budget wouldnt allow paying...
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