When I told my friend in Mar Elias Refugee Camp that I was going to a wedding, she smiled and said that I would be very happy.
– There are a lot of dancing and singing, and everybody is happy. It’s very nice. She was smiling while she was talking to me. And she was right. The Wedding lasted for two and a half hours, but all the time people were dancing, singing and smoking argile. The Arabic music was loud and it was difficult to talk, but people seemed happy and pleased. It was time to party!

We arrived at eight in the evening. Some guys were standing in the entrance, waiting for the party to begin. Their clothes were shining and colorful. They were the dancing team, dancing traditional Palestinian Dabke. We had to hurry in so that the wedding could start.
The room was big, filled with people in all kind of colorful costumes. They were sitting around tables talking and waiting for the bride and the groom to come. Then the music started and the dancers arrived in the room. They were jumping up and down, dancing all over the room. People were clapping their hands and some minutes later the bride and the groom arrived in the room. The bride was awesome. She wore a beautiful white wedding dress, with a matching makeup. The groom looked handsome in a black suit and white shirt. They were smiling while they were walking in to the room. The wedding party could finally get started.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Marte
    Mar 06, 2011 @ 19:03:42

    Så heldige dere er som får gå i bryllup..og ikke et hvilket som helst et heller!:)
    Meg og AnnaMathea har tilbrakt søndagen hos svigers, mens M har jobbet. Har spist wok,kaker og lekt og kost oss!:)Savner deg og tenker på deg og dere!!
    Imårra begynner jeg i ny jobb og jeg er SPENT!
    Masse søndagsklemmer fra meg til deg


  2. Ida Marie
    Mar 14, 2011 @ 17:06:20

    Så kult at dere har fått vært å bryllup! fine bilder 😀
    Hvordan går det med dere og brynjulf?
    Hilsen Ida Marie


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