Golden Tulip Al Hamra
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... and sumac all ground together. I am totally in love with it spread like jam over hot flat bread with a little bit of oil. Its like pesto only better. The other thing that I have fallen for is Arabic coffee, or more correctly the Saudi version of arabic coffee.
This is an art form and I have a feeling that a dallah (arabic coffee pot) will be joining the Vietnamese drip filter and the Greek percolator on ...
... to any query on timeframes, health concerns, shop opening times, when will banana be back in stock at the supermarket etc etc.
The best response is 'Alhamdulillah" which means "Thanks and Praise be to God", usually said when something has actually happened!!! Yeah, progress.
I have been taken back to working in remote communities in Australia were time starts to lose its potency, things will happen you just have to relax and go with the ...
... time to see it. Walking out of work at 1900 as the last glow of sunlight leaves the sky there are three white and ginger oriental looking cats lying on a car roof watching the security guards share their evening meal of lamb and rice, patiently waiting for the scraps and it doesn't look strange anymore to see a stray cat just hanging around, its kind of a harmonious relationship. The cats are not afraid or even very skittish, they will let you give them a pat ...
... mostly stores that we've never heard of. They have IKEA here and when I walked into the store I felt at home because it is setup the same way as the one in Calgary. And the grocery stores are sort of similar, like Superstore and Wal-Mart. Prices for groceries are cheaper, but for imported things and branded items, they either cost more or about the same. We've been shopping at the commissary as well because its on ...
... late and I definitely wanted to get off on the right foot.
Thankfully this time my driver was ready and waiting for me when I arrived at the Visitor Access Centre. Without further ado I handed him my taxi chit (from my passport so that I knew I had it - that's one thing I've learnt over the years), put my cases into the boot of the car (well a 4x4) and we (the driver and I) then set off for the King Fahd Causeway. ...