Golden Tulip Al Hamra
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... It is a bit sad that I don't feel safer heading out downtown on my own but I really don't believe that it would be safe, I am still enjoying the little interactions that i have with some Saudi women. In general the ones that I work with have a naughty sense of humour, are generous with advice and love to share tips. I have finally found out after many failed attempts at making arabic coffee that they don't make their own blends like domestic goddesses at ...
... more then food believe it or not!!! As a Western women who has grown up in Australia I never realized how lucky I was. To have parents who have encouraged me to do what ever I dreamed of with no limit’s. To go to Uni, multiple time!!! To choose not to have children. To choose to leave an unhappy marriage and start again. To even travel (or leave the house) on my own is a liberty that so many other women in the world don’t have.
The racism is ...
... OMG, I never keep bits of paper like this, I don't even request them. So frantic phone calls to Australia and places I hadn't worked for over 10 years, I was quite surprised to find that I could still get them all..........was remind of why I stopped working for NSW Health tho..........remains inefficient as it was 7 years ago!!!!
So finally I presented with trembling knees and visions of being placed ...
... and about 10-15 minute walk from our house. Otherwise we take the shoppers buses to the malls/stores, and the bus is on the compound because they are company buses. Nicely air conditioned big buses like greyhound. And the bus ride takes 15-20 minutes depending on traffic.
Another thing we have to get use to is the level of customer service here. Its not the same as Calgary and some times it can be very frustrating. ...
... 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. ...