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korandjé

Korandjé pourquoi ce mot Ce mot signifié le parler du bled ( chez les balbaliens) il constitue de deux parties : la premier (kora) qui signifié touts lieu ou s'installe une société humains ,village, ville , nation … c'est a dire une citadinité oppose du nomade La deuxième parties (djié)...

permalink written by  hayoomessage on August 8, 2008 from Tabelbala, Algeria
from the travel blog: abi bia



kora

L’oasis de Tabelbala se situe ` quelque 1 400 km au sud-ouest d’Alger, ` environ 145 km ` vol d’oiseau de la ville de Beni Abbe ` s. La ville s’e´ tend dans une palmeraie de 12 kilome` tres, qui est elle-meˆ me enserre´ e entre l’Erg Er-Raˆwıˆ et le Djebel Kahal . La communaute´ se´...

permalink written by  hayoomessage on August 4, 2008 from Tabelbala, Algeria
from the travel blog: abi bia



tawerbet

Well I would have to say I am open minded and worldly with a view to seeing as many cultured cities as I possible can in my short life span on this here planet Earth in this bodily form.

permalink written by  hayoomessage on August 3, 2008 from Tabelbala, Algeria
from the travel blog: abi bia



Azeffoun

Azeffoun cette petite ville littorale de kabylie, connue pour la beauté de ses paysages et la sympathie de ses habitants, Azeffoun est aussi connue à travers ses enfant artistes et écrivains qui on beaucoup donner à la culture algériènne.

permalink written by  Azeffoun on November 21, 2007 from Azeffoun, Algeria
from the travel blog: Azeffoun



Azeffoun

Azeffoun cette petite ville littorale de kabylie, connue pour la beauté de ses paysages et la sympathie de ses habitants, Azeffoun est aussi connue à travers ses enfant artistes et écrivains qui on beaucoup donner à la culture algériènne.

permalink written by  Azeffoun on November 21, 2007 from Azeffoun, Algeria
from the travel blog: http://azeffoun.over-blog.net



Guides

There is a stereotype for Saharan guides involving a Tuareg heritage, a turban and sunglasses, a 4x4 vehicle with extended air filter, overloaded roof racks and sand ladders, and a supreme aloofness impervious to the most insufferable tourist. This type of guide gives you the impression he...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on February 8, 2007 from Tamanrasset, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



Transience

When I was very young and living in Holland I had a little song I hummed to myself every night as I went to sleep. It consoled me lying there alone, especially when bats flew at the windows, and humming it was an important and meaningful ritual. It puzzled and frustrated me greatly then, when...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on February 7, 2007 from Tamanrasset, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



Sick, Part Deux

This lump on my neck has gotten bigger and redder and more painful, and my level of concern is, um…enhanced. It is now bigger than my Adam’s Apple. Polly calls International SOS, my travel insurance company, and they refer us to their Paris office for a referral here in Tamanrasset. The Paris...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on February 6, 2007 from Tamanrasset, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



Sick

I wake up in the middle of the night with a bump on my neck I’ve had checked out before now red and swollen. I immediately diagnose cancer due to radiation exposure at In Ecker or from the hours spent on the satellite phone, and go back to sleep. The next day I decide to see if it goes away by...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on February 5, 2007 from Tamanrasset, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



Kids

I told Lakhdar that I had a very demanding audience (!) that wanted to see what life was like for kids here in Algeria, and he promptly brought me to an elementary school in one of the newer neighborhoods near his house. We entered the school walls through a big, blue sheet metal gate and found...

permalink written by  roel krabbendam on February 4, 2007 from Tamanrasset, Algeria
from the travel blog: Harmattan



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