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On getting there we saw other vehicles that also broken down, and we waited there for some time so our vehicle engine could cool off before continuing.

we drove off after some hour but forgot to check the amount of water galloons we have left, water became more valuable than gold to us, the more we drink the more we want because the water was salty.
again it was sunset and the hilux stopped we camped another night on the desert.






we continued the journey the next day which was saturday and there was signs of human life which told us that we were close to sahba, we came across two more check point where we trade our phones to the solders there for small amount to Libya money which was dinars and those who had extra money on them change theys also to dinars and we where aloud to fetch water from they well before continuing.
we arrived first at a town in libyer called Qatrun, we spent the night there in a fenced house built with bricks and that was where we all took turns in taking our bath since the journey started.
we continued the journey the next morning which was sunday heading to sahba, this was the only time the roads were free due to the fact that most of the Libya people were in the mosque praying and to avoid getting caught





........... TO be continued

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Tuesday, 10 April 2018

My Regretful Journey To Europe Episode 6 ( How It All Started ) 






On getting there we saw other vehicles that also broken down, and we waited there for some time so our vehicle engine could cool off before continuing.

we drove off after some hour but forgot to check the amount of water galloons we have left, water became more valuable than gold to us, the more we drink the more we want because the water was salty.
again it was sunset and the hilux stopped we camped another night on the desert.






we continued the journey the next day which was saturday and there was signs of human life which told us that we were close to sahba, we came across two more check point where we trade our phones to the solders there for small amount to Libya money which was dinars and those who had extra money on them change theys also to dinars and we where aloud to fetch water from they well before continuing.
we arrived first at a town in libyer called Qatrun, we spent the night there in a fenced house built with bricks and that was where we all took turns in taking our bath since the journey started.
we continued the journey the next morning which was sunday heading to sahba, this was the only time the roads were free due to the fact that most of the Libya people were in the mosque praying and to avoid getting caught





........... TO be continued





On getting there we saw other vehicles that also broken down, and we waited there for some time so our vehicle engine could cool off before continuing.

we drove off after some hour but forgot to check the amount of water galloons we have left, water became more valuable than gold to us, the more we drink the more we want because the water was salty.
again it was sunset and the hilux stopped we camped another night on the desert.






we continued the journey the next day which was saturday and there was signs of human life which told us that we were close to sahba, we came across two more check point where we trade our phones to the solders there for small amount to Libya money which was dinars and those who had extra money on them change theys also to dinars and we where aloud to fetch water from they well before continuing.
we arrived first at a town in libyer called Qatrun, we spent the night there in a fenced house built with bricks and that was where we all took turns in taking our bath since the journey started.
we continued the journey the next morning which was sunday heading to sahba, this was the only time the roads were free due to the fact that most of the Libya people were in the mosque praying and to avoid getting caught





........... TO be continued






On getting there we saw other vehicles that also broken down, and we waited there for some time so our vehicle engine could cool off before continuing.


we drove off after some hour but forgot to check the amount of water galloons we have left, water became more valuable than gold to us, the more we drink the more we want because the water was salty.
again it was sunset and the hilux stopped we camped another night on the desert.






we continued the journey the next day which was saturday and there was signs of human life which told us that we were close to sahba, we came across two more check point where we trade our phones to the solders there for small amount to Libya money which was dinars and those who had extra money on them change theys also to dinars and we where aloud to fetch water from they well before continuing.
we arrived first at a town in libyer called Qatrun, we spent the night there in a fenced house built with bricks and that was where we all took turns in taking our bath since the journey started.
we continued the journey the next morning which was sunday heading to sahba, this was the only time the roads were free due to the fact that most of the Libya people were in the mosque praying and to avoid getting caught





........... TO be continued

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