My Arabic Fiesta - (Part #1)

The last two days of mine have been more than hectic and tiresome. So most of the evening, I slumped myself in the bed itself. Couldn’t upd... thumbnail 1 summary

The last two days of mine have been more than hectic and tiresome. So most of the evening, I slumped myself in the bed itself. Couldn’t update my space also, but took out enough time to go thru my net-buddies’ blog rolls, and even posted a few comments on my favorites. (about these favorites, I’ll list them sometime else)

Then yesterday after returning from the day’s usual chores, I slumped down on the couch and started surfing the available channels here, most of them being the Arabic ones.

My day was made when one of the music channels played my favourite Arabic song by one glam-doll Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram~~~ the song titled “Lawn Oyounak” (I was told it means “beautiful eyes”).
[I strongly suggest to have a look at this song I’ve mentioned here to rate it. Go to
nancyajramonline.com and pick the song “Lawn Oyounak” from the “Video gallery” section]

Although I don’t understand Arabic, this song became my favourite while my stay in Sudan for exactly 365 days. All credit goes to our driver (I call him “pilot”) Mursheed, who later transformed to our friend-cum-guide-cum-Arabic teacher. All because of his able guidance and pains, that I know some of Arabic words (and singers as well!) :-)

Then when I connected my notebook, another incident happened connecting me to Arabic in another way…
[now as I am typing about this incident, the person in question happen to come online… what a coincidence! So I’ll post this blog as of now as ‘Part-1” now. The remaining portion of my today’s planned blog shall come later as “Part-2”].


So, stay connected…


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