Sunday, May 31, 2009

Got bellydancer?!



Another couple joined Anne and me at Ansari's for a delicious Mediterranean meal and lively entertainment on Friday night.  The local bellydancer wore a gorgeous dress made in Egypt. I enjoyed the "taste of Lebanon" special while the others had Mediterranean stir-fry or kebobs.

10 comments:

  1. Nice photos, Leif. I wonder what the good Lutherans think of belly dancing in a restaurant? Probably would belly right up to the bar and avert their eyes! You betcha!

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  2. Nice photo. A Mediterranean evening sounds like fun. I met a Princess last year, her mother was a famous belly dancer in Egypt back in the 1980ths. They now both work at a dance studio in Stockholm but I am yet to see them dance live.

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  3. hmmm...bellydancing....sounds like you had fun!

    Zannnie & Zsolt
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  4. We were 4 good Lutherans watching and enjoying. She talked with us between dances; I guess were a fun (and good-looking group)! Ha!

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  5. Very nice to enjoy this mediterranean meal. Nice photos Leif.

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  6. Gorgeous dress huh, and thats the story you are sticking too. Nice photo.

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  7. Somehow the food (and drinks) always taste better when "poetry" on the theme day blogs. Puts a smile on my face. Can't wait to see your photograph for theme day.

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  8. My previous comment got mangled when I was having trouble posting it. Should read: ..."always taste better when there's entertainment. I have been reading your "poetry" on the theme day blogs..." (hope it works this time!!)

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  9. She looks almost too slim for a belly dancer. Great dress!

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