Al Gosaibi Hotel
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... a refined British accent and perfect English who makes you feel like a dipstick for speaking in slow English...whoops..... on the other hand I am getting good at sign language, well sort of good, I didn't do so well yesterday when I took some-one to the carpark but they were actually asking for a wheelchair......
Weird things this week; I nearly fell off the path when a arab lady wearing an abaya rode past on a bike yesterday, my brain would not compute ...
... with who is Sudanese, but living in Bahrain. I invited her to come back into the office tomorrow. I figured I am 5000 miles from home and better get any visit in that I can. So, I’ll see her on the way to the airport tomorrow. Not a big deal.
I got back to the hotel and I was dead tired. And when that happens, the Mark-Klutz moments start happening. First I couldn’t find my way to my room. I got into the wrong elevator, went to the third floor, walked all over, and ...
... think I would be very good at being wealthy and having cleaners etc.
So all in all it has been an experience in how fortunate I think my life is, I am sure that there are multitudes of people in the middle east who pity me having to earn money, work and for not having any children. I guess its all a matter of perspective when it comes down to it but I wouldn’t swap for a moment.
Two weeks in Oz may put everything into perspective :)
... 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 ...
... turned in....we didn't tell Riley about the loss straight away, knowing he would be quite upset as he had had Nosey since birth :-(
We spent about 5 hours in the airport before the next leg of our journey from Dubai to Dammam in Saudi Arabia which was a pleasant 45 minute flight. We expected delays with immigration & customs at the Dammam airport, as we had been told that it can take a very long time! It took less than ...