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As you like it (crofts classics) - Текст: AS YOU LIKE IT by W. Shakespeare - Lingualeo



We rode these camels around the facade of Al Khazneh- or the treasury.  You can't go inside, unless you're a local bedouin, so we took in as much of the grand exterior as we could.  It was massive and the scope of it was as overwhelming as you can imagine.  I wore my Nikes for ease of walking and leggings under my dress.  The combo was perfect and so comfortable.

The bedouins would take you on the shortened 10-minute hike, if you paid them a little.  Worth it to avoid the 1.5 hour hike and catch the morning sunlight! We hiked up/tried to keep up with a little boy that took us to a tent up above the treasury here.   From up high, you got an excellent view of the site, but could also see the many bedouin tents set up for actual residents right on the top of the mountains.  I cannot wrap my head around living up here- it was fascinating to see.    

We climbed a rock overlooking the monastery and just sat and relaxed and took it in.  Favorite moment for sure.  And we were almost entirely alone- there was hardly a soul around!  We stopped on the way back for a quick drink and then finished the walk back.  I didn't even know Brian was snapping these pics behind me as I was going- I'm so glad he caught the feeling of this magical place.

We rode these camels around the facade of Al Khazneh- or the treasury.  You can't go inside, unless you're a local bedouin, so we took in as much of the grand exterior as we could.  It was massive and the scope of it was as overwhelming as you can imagine.  I wore my Nikes for ease of walking and leggings under my dress.  The combo was perfect and so comfortable.

The bedouins would take you on the shortened 10-minute hike, if you paid them a little.  Worth it to avoid the 1.5 hour hike and catch the morning sunlight! We hiked up/tried to keep up with a little boy that took us to a tent up above the treasury here.   From up high, you got an excellent view of the site, but could also see the many bedouin tents set up for actual residents right on the top of the mountains.  I cannot wrap my head around living up here- it was fascinating to see.    

We climbed a rock overlooking the monastery and just sat and relaxed and took it in.  Favorite moment for sure.  And we were almost entirely alone- there was hardly a soul around!  We stopped on the way back for a quick drink and then finished the walk back.  I didn't even know Brian was snapping these pics behind me as I was going- I'm so glad he caught the feeling of this magical place.

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The Judith Spellman Interview
The Kindly Ghost By Claire Bott
The Age of the Ghostwriter  ( www.ojaiorange.com )

THE JUDITH SPELMAN INTERVIEW
Reproduced from Writer’s News ‘Writing’ magazine, June-July 2001

Many of his books are written without a mention of his major contribution and his contracts stipulate that he must not disclose his involvement. The glory goes to the ‘author’ named on the title page but a sizeable chunk of money goes to him. If you think about it logically, there are many people in the public eye whose talents are far from literary yet who produce interesting and readable autobiographies -with the help of a ghostwriter.