Coral Al Suliemaniah
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... instant culture. This is so ironic to me, considering the fact that coffee was founded in this region! And I'm an addict, so I want the good stuff here.
After teaching a class of about 30 upper-level students, me and 2 friends went out grocery shopping. It was quite the experience, as we got inside before prayer, shopped, and had to hurry and check out before the doors closed for the next prayer. ...
... dealerships to find my way back.
Oh well. I like to walk. It's also really relaxing after a long day at work. Today, some teachers still haven't shown up, and others are sick. I ended up teaching for about 6 hours straight, sooo I need something to help me wind down. I liked both of my classes today though. The first had very high level students, and I got them in a super competitive game of board race. It ...
... show off in school and get a bit made up. I was also surprised to see some ankles and arms--scandalous! Another norm is wearing shear shirts...I guess as long as they go to the elbow, it's ok. Strange rules.
My students seem to like English. Everyone in my first class said that it was their favorite subject. The levels are varied as of now, so I ave some beginners with intermediate students. ...
... love to pass on that sort of compliment to someone!
Upon landing in Qatar for my 8 hour layover, I had a better idea of what I would be soon encountering. There was no connecting terminal to our plane, so we stepped into over 100 degree, humid weather and made our way to the airport. Since the majority of the women were dressed in all black and wore hijabs, I went ahead and changed into my own Saudi garb. I have no idea why, but some old man wearing ...
Al Heet is a town just outside of Riyadh. The cave itself is not one of the tourist attractions you'll find on the internet. All the same it's always amazing finding places that naturally retain a lot of water in this very dry climate. Also, like most places here sadly, it looks like a tourist attraction with all the litter in and around it.