Category Syrian Children
Aleppo, Syria – population 1.8 million (estimated) Vying with Damascus to be the oldest continually inhabited city in the world (6,000 years and still counting despite the recent devastation), Aleppo became my favourite from the moment that we met in May 2009. I had travelled by train from Istanbul to Adana in Turkey and then […]
Yesterday I was honoured to give a talk about my 2009 journey from Istanbul to Damascus at the wonderful Globetrotters Club in London. The journey took me from Istanbul to Ankara, Adana, Antakya, Aleppo, Raqqa Province, Latakia, Hama, Homs, Palmyra and finally Damascus, a distance of over 1,000 miles in 12 wonderful days. I finished […]
The events in Aleppo are more than tragic. The innocent civilians are just like you and me.
I travelled to Syria in 2009 and came across absolutely lovely people. Amongst them were several gorgeous children. My heart bleeds now to think what may have become of them. If you do have a spare £3, I would urge you to donate via the UNICEF website as kids like these will be facing yet another cruel winter in […]