Alt-shifting my keyboard back to English, I've decided to document the Euro-trip I made last July with my brother, Hashem, to Paris and London.
Why? Because of the nice memories that I want to share with all of you.
Why? Because it was the first time I traveled abroad with Hashem, just the two of us.
Why? Because as many nice memories I have about this trip, as many new things I have learnt and as many new ways to look at life I have gained.
Why in English? Because I feel that things about which I’m going to talk have to be described in their original language. Let’s call it the most ideal environment for growing these euro-born memories.
Getting philosophical? No, just read on and you'll agree.
This post is an introduction.
I’ll describe why we decided to go on this trip, but not what we did.
I’ll describe what kind of things you should expect to read in future posts, but I won’t mention what their contents are per se.
I’ll put you in the mood, set up the scenario, and get you excited to start reading future posts. However I won’t give you the pleasure of knowing their contents yet.
It all started last year with an idea that Hashem had. "We should travel together."
To make a long story short, months after Hashem's suggestion, 2 seats were booked for me and him on a plane going to Paris on the 7th of July. Another 2 seats were booked on a plane coming back from London 9 days later.
We're in the mood, ready to speak French (Nous nous appellons Sary et Hashem) and drink English tea for 9 days.
Digital camera, video camera. Check! Fully armed with skinny digital devices.
Friday, our plane left the Jordanian grounds and off we go; 2 young adventurous men who know nothing about the word "Fear",facing a mysterious future, and... ok that's enough.
Future posts? No diaries. Just highlights about certain incidents and people that are both fun to read about and useful to know.
Pictures will be posted, places will be described, feelings will be expressed, reader (you) will be amused. And of course, each post will be concluded with the famous sary-flavoured moral of the day.
Stay tuned, don't forget your cup of coffee, and amuse me with your comments,