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... an evening night out. Not everyone turned up and I saw someone outcasted. I felt really bad for him when he struggled to find something to do to kill time. There were two cliques at the end of the table and it was really bad. Well we had a couple of laughters here and there but that was it. The good thing was that no one was staring into his/her mobile screens. ...
Well that was yesterday's story~
Today, I had my first study tour! We went to two locations, the Al Areen Wildlife Sanctuary and the Tree of life. You can google to find out more about the locations that I've been to. But for this post, I just wanna share my experience stepping foot on these places. For the sanctuary, the group was given a tour around the park in an air-conditioned minibus! That's a first for me and THANK ...
... students. There's two from America, another two from Canada, one from Thailand, Italy and Hong Kong. I wasn't surprised when I realised I wasn't the only Singaporean here. Haha. Not all of them were very welcoming I must say. I think it's normal since I just arrived. Anyway, The first two people I've talked to were the Singaporean guys of course. But after they set out for the beach club, I was left alone with the Italian ...
... we went on an adventure. Thankfully GPS on phone is pretty good so we were able to find our way around easily. I’m going to call it downtown Khobar where there’s tons of shops and people and cars. It was really busy for a Friday evening. All stores are closed during morning and afternoon on Fridays in Khobar, and then open at around 4:00pm. So, everyone is ...
... I met spoke about how a bomb went off in the communal bins at her apartment building. My friend also told me about how he was stopped in his car at road barriers, but managed to talk his way through and look back seconds later to see that same area up in smoke.
One strong message though that I took from the lovely people I met here, is that those who grew up in Bahrain love Bahrain, there is a strong expat community that is proud to live here.
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