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I have decided to devote an entire entry to shopping. Yes ladies, this one's for you. I have become quite an expert on shopping the last few months as I go at least three to four times every week. Being a lady of leisure, or a princess if you prefer, there isn't a ton of stuff to do every day. The bus goes in to a different mall or shopping area every day so it has become a way to get out of the house, meet friends for coffee and pick up anything needed for the ...
... posts in the valley and charged uphill to confront the intruders. It quickly became apparent our small safari team of ten was outnumbered six to one and were faced with a humiliating retreat. But, it's too late to fall back! With each side now in a face-to-face high intensity situation, the drama climaxes when the team decides to use distraction to regain the advantage. Oranges, bananas, and melons are used ...
The area of Riyadh known as the Diplomatic Quarter is where all the Embassies are located. It is quite beautiful with many green spaces and hiking trails surrounding the Quarter. The trail follows the edge of an escarpment overlooking the palm gardens of the Wadi Hanifah. There are playgrounds, gardens and an abundance of picnic areas. We started exploring this area last week and decided it would be a great place to return ...
As we alluded to in a previous entry, getting around Riyadh is not for the faint of heart. Traffic is heavy at most times of the day, except Fridays. Friday is their holy day and businesses do not open til about four in the afternoon. This has been a good time for us to do our exploring of the city.
There is a lot of construction in all areas of the city and many highways out of town. Speed limits through the city are 80 km/h and on the highways 120 km/h. ...
We went to the desert, in an SUV with no name, for the first time last weekend. Since a four wheel drive vehicle is required (and we don't have one) we were travelling with Verna and Robert (a veteran MHI couple). They have become our official tour guides and good friends.
Our first stop was the camel trails at a geocache site around Najad Plateau south west of Riyadh.They were constructed as a system of switchbacks up the steep escarpments and have been used ...