Enter these enchanted woods,
You who dare.
It was so lovely Teri ,.we should do it more often dear -get away from our routine and revive ourselves with energy after a good chit chat...... I thank you again for such a good time !
Salam Khadijateri,,Sometimes I get the feeling that your comments on life in Libya are written in a sour or bitter mood, but I suppose that being away for so long from your family in the U.S. and having to deal with a -less than than what you expected- life experience, can do that to anyone. So I'm glad that today's posting gives a happy feeling. May 2009 bring with it all the happiness in the world for you and your family.Umm Salwan
I know this place, it's Caocao cafe, I like that place.miss you teri *)
Oh what a view! Cacao......well my favourite place in Tripoli is still the 02 cafe' with their fantastic puncakes. I spent there lovely morning with my friends. P.S. Today I passed my arabic classes exams at the Bourguiba shool. I'm so happy!ciaoSimona (Molestine)
Nice post Teri, will look for more info on Cacocao, looks nice.AVhttp://netherregionoftheearthii.blogspot.com/http://tomusarcanum.blogspot.com/
is this the place opposite the car park
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