the park



This evening we went to the park. There aren't very many parks near where I live. Actually there was an area that was designated as a future park but someone got sneaky and managed to get the land to build houses on it. It would have been nice if it had been turned into a park because it was just around the corner. Now if we want to go to the park we have to drive to one.



Ibrahim had fun on the bridge and going down the slide. The equipment at this particular park is a bit meager. The park at the zoo is better but then it's also more crowded.



There were some boys kicking a football about and a few small children on tricycles and bikes. But for the most part it was pretty quiet. On the way home we got stuck in traffic. It seemed like everyone was out driving around. Posted by Picasa

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  1. I went to the park today and was just saying to my friend that i wish we in tripoli had a big green park. I mean im not asking for great facilities just a wide open space with grass and trees. Somewhere to relax and for the kids to play. Hmmm i guess in libya its the least of our problems.

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  2. The park that's being put it near The Green Square is large with lot's of grass - unfortunately not very many trees and the problem there is where on earth to park the car.

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  3. oh right... Ye i heard of the park near green square. Ill make sure i go and visit when im in tripoli on thursday. Is the park all finished up or is there still building work? I also heard of this really nice sea food restaurant which cooks up the fish fresh and its right by the water... Have you heard of it? Its apparently getting famous now but i dont know the name. I guess there are loads of sea food places around. Oh well... Ill see when i get there.

    Thanks for your comments on my blog. Im really enjoying this blogging thing.. hehe.

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  4. Looks like the kids enjoyed the playtime at the park. What a little cutie Ibrahim is. Hope Libya gets a very nice park, maybe they will plant trees there too!

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  5. Teri, Sounds like you are out and about, hope that means you are feeling better everyday.
    My prayers join yours regarding the world situation. My frustration keeps Mustapha company as he clenches the TV remote. News is skimpy here and many of my friends are as sheltered and unaware as your sisters-in-law. The whole situation is most distressing.

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