A sneak peak photo of what is to come for my english project. Video to come soooooon
We were all a little worried that we would be having a green Christmas, but mother Nature pulled through. Waking up to all this amazing snow, it would be a complete waste to go to school and not enjoy it. Snow day for me! Plus now that I finally got rid of that old 3GS I’m not as embarrassed to post pictures now that I’ve upgraded to a much better camera quality of the iPhone 4.
This morning I woke to a pale blue sky, a cool desert breeze and red sand stretching as far as my little eyes could see.
For a moment, between sleep and the new day, I thought I was dreaming. But my mind came around to my thin mattress on the still-warm sand and the camels plodding past.
Our night in the Bedouin style camp was, in equal parts, peaceful and exciting, delivering little bursts of happiness into my travel-soothed soul.
After a three hour safari on the back of a scrappy Hilux ute (during which we stopped to climb sand dunes, stone bridges and into canyons) we arrived to a coal-cooked meal of vegetables, lamb kofta and rice. The Bedouin men sat by the fire playing a mixture of local and foreign tunes on their strings; their clear, strong voices bouncing from the rocky hills that lay beyond…
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Just looking at these pictures, the quality makes me want to scream. Most of my pictures are taken off my terrible iPhone 3 camera because I was too poor and lazy to buy anything else. But terrible pictures no more! I just bought this super sweet Sony Nex camera that I’ve ordered and sent to my aunt’s place. Now I just have to wait a few more weeks for my family to come down and bring it to me. Oh the anticipation is KILLING me!! Goodbye iPhone 3.
25 students, 19 days, 8 countries, memories I’ll never forget.
“To travel is to discover that everyone is wrong about other countries” -Aldous Huxley
What I’m most excited for, Innsbruck Austria