Al Waha Palace Hotel
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... Hajj caravans as well as frankincense spice traders for centuries. This area reminds us very much of the landscape around Arizona. Robert's off-road driving was skilled enough that my eyes were only closed briefly.
On our way through we saw sections of desert the have been claimed by the Bedouin families who are coming in closer to the city for the winter. You can see how they have gathered the sand into a fence-like border around the area which will be ...
... This is a country with a labour force of immigrants. They come from poor countries all through the east and are happy to have jobs here. Even those with the most tedious chores will stop and smile and wish you a good day.
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... intense here. I always have to check the clock to make sure that I dismiss my class at reasonable times and will not get stuck inside somewhere like a grocery store.
We just had another teacher come in today. We are quite the interesting group. I am the baby, as I am only 21. There are 4 other Americans--our amazing coordinator, another teacher who is working on her masters and was previously at ...
My new favorite hobby (other than watching the traffic accidents outside my window and chasing cats) is wandering around the apartment complex. I'm pretty sure people think I'm crazy when I do this for the following reasons:
1- I usually go out at dusk when it's cooler, which is the time to shut yourself off inside.
2- I like to walk in solitude. What is a dainty female doing out without a male guardian?!?!
3- I ...
So, I have now been through a basic orientation and started my first couple days teaching at SEU. The university is pretty interesting. It really focuses on blended learning; thus, 75% of the English my students will be learning is online. I just teach one class a day for 4 hours, 4 times a week. Four hours has seemed to be quite a large time allotment. Although we have 40 minutes of breaks (sometimes ...