Golden Tulip Al Hamra
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Dammam is the third largest city in Saudi Arabia after Riyadh and Jeddah. It is located on the east coast of Saudi Arabia on the Persian (Arabian) Gulf. A small group of us decided to head out to see this coastal city. Of course, before heading out, we googled sights to see in Dammam. There weren't a lot. The top five sights included the Corniche, …
... just ridden past for a few seconds!!! I thought the flying nun had just gone past. On that note I also find it very weird seeing a lady in a full face covering driving a car around camp......and yet dark window tinting is not allowed......
Missing; I miss the freedom of wearing shorts and a t-shirt and just going in public and polite men, yes men in Australia even those with mullets wouldn't dare to lear like they do over here......they would get punched.
... store away as one of those beautiful memory photos that no picture I can take will do justice.
On the negative the realities of life and living in a country were for some reason global foot print, equality for women, racism and work safety don’t register is challenging….
Buying food that is ethically sourced has been impossible compared to the relative easy of buying ethical seafood, organic meat that has been 'humanly’ slaughtered, free ...
So I have been amusing myself with 'Jenny Craig' ala Saudi style. It gets dropped off fresh every morning by a driver, Ix massive salad, 1x soup, breakfast, lunch and dinner. It is actually very good and fresh and lots of variety so that has been a nice surprise. I have cheated a bit tho Arabic dishes are tasty and I am getting a hang of the spice mixes over here, lots of Zatar which is sesame seeds, ...
After 197 long, hard days of anticipation and preparation the departure day had finally arrived for my summer holiday to the United States and it is with, almost, a hop, skip and a jump that I left my apartment to walk down to the Sara Compound Visitor Access Centre where, I hoped, my driver would be waiting to take me to Bahrain International Airport. I say hoped as there have been a couple of times when the driver was more than ...