In The Bedouin Village
When we were in Oman and went out to explore the desert, there was a really interesting stop at a Bedouin's home. I wasn't sure what to expect, but I was invited in and sat down on some carpets. The whole home was open to the air in a way, adorned with many small decorative carpets and pillows along the tented walls. After I sat down, the man of the home offered me some extremely strong coffee, then his whole family with kids sat around me. I pulled out my iPad and shared photos from around the world. The kids loved it and we all laughed together even though we didn't speak the same language.
- Trey Ratcliff
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