Golden Tulip Buraidah Al Qassim
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It's the beginning of 2010 Summer ,,
We decieded to Start or joorney to Turkey ..
By our Car the LandCrouzer we were 3 persones ..
we took Gaseem -Hail Highway 200 km
then the new highway Hial - Algouf 450 km
we sleep in the side of the road ,, that night
... rent to traverse the many sand dunes for the amusement of the young at heart.
At one farm, a Bedouin farmer greets us and shakes my hand inquiring about our purpose of visit. His hands are so callous, rough, and disproportionately large compared to his stature; almost like a caricature. His skin is weathered from the harsh sun and his eyes are amber like the fur of a tiger's coat. He opens the corral and releases goats ...
... of service is located in this tiny city. "To the right, place for cleaning the clothes" (it was just your average laundromat). "To your left, booking your airplane" (It was the Saudi Arabian Airlines office). "Look this way, it is place for buying things, very famous prince own Hyper Panda" (THE trophy of Saudi grocery store meets WalMart). Definitely worthwhile was our jaunt through the women's bazaar. The marketplace was full of vendors selling ...
"Tayyib, Wa Hamdu lilah!" - Good, by the grace of God!
"Anta min wain?" - Where are you from?
"Ashtagol fii Jamiyat Al Qassim. Ana ustaath ingleezi!" - I work at Qassim University. I'm an English teacher! (Note: Usted in Spanish!)
May the journey begin on another language acquisition process! I get such a ...
... a great deal in the last ten to twenty years. People are getting married here later in life and having children later and in some cases women are working in designated places. Much like other industrialized nations, the males want job stability and career advancement first before starting a family. However, unlike the west, they aren't waiting until their 30s to get married and sometimes their 40s to have children.