Monday, April 25, 2011

Easter Sunday Haji Style

"I want to get out and lick the ground, just to see what it tastes like."

"We're not going down this road, are we?"
"Oh we're going down it!"

(Thanks for the offer to unwrap my granola bar Clammy Carnie Hands (CCH), but keep your little hands free in case I need another snack. And stop looking out the window. Are you sweating?)

Beware of two-legged camels, but the four-legged kind is safe. (Right, CCH?)

"If I was one of these bedouins I'd hit golf balls all day, although you'd probably hit camels once in a while."

The ideal place to push a baby in a stroller or carry a puppy while on horseback.

Little steps for people with carnie hands.

Three dinar to sit on the camel and stay in place. Five dinar to ride a quarter of a mile. (Haji math.)

"I can't buy that camel bone necklace because I'm vegetarian."

"Is your camel going to eat me?"
"No, he's vegetarian."
"Oh really? Me too."
"Really? You don't look like it...You look strong." (Translation: piernas grandes. That'll teach you to lie, Anonymous. See if your grandmother will let you light a cigarette too.)

View of "colors" thanks to some little bedouin girls. They may not accept quid but at least now they know the importance of moisturizing with L'Occitane.

Sky box seats at the Amphitheater.

No puppy in either of these guys' hands.

"I miss (the) anal."
..."It's like you're moving food around your plate just before you're about to kill it."

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Cirque de Soleil Haji Style

The difference between Cirque de Soleil and a massage at the Dead Sea: Plastic panties and sporadic bruises.

It's not always a good idea to get up in someone's grill, especially if that someone looks like Anonymous but isn't.

Bellydancing and yoga at the Movenpick
(Free admission for both, but only one photo is of a professional - Anonymous, don't even think of touching that urn).

Infinity pool