Golden Tulip Al Khobar
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Today is the start of a different sort of cycle holiday. Normally at this point I am packing everything I will need for the next few weeks into as small a space as possible, knowing it will have to be carried on the back of a bike. Today I have packed a suitcase! The holiday dress has become 4 holiday dresses! I have shoes to cycle in, shoes to walk in, sandals ...
... I have taken opportunities when they arise. It is difficult to get around to much as a single women, but I maybe making excuses because I am also still uncomfortable in such a male dominated environment.
Before I leave I would like to do a trip to Mada'in Salah so I am going to start planning that and see who I can find ...
... stream of Muslims as terrorists and villains pollutes your mind. It bothered me while I was there that I was bothered. Yet, as a woman there are aspects of orthodox Islam that trouble me...so maybe it's a more complicated issue.
The flight to Bangkok was largely uneventful. I sat next to a very chatty Englishman from Bath who was setting out to backpack with a bag smaller than I took to school and wearing skinny jeans. I feel as though he regretted ...
... georgia, serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Dare to be the best you can –
At all times, Dare to be!
― Steve Maraboli
... I met spoke about how a bomb went off in the communal bins at her apartment building. My friend also told me about how he was stopped in his car at road barriers, but managed to talk his way through and look back seconds later to see that same area up in smoke.
One strong message though that I took from the lovely people I met here, is that those who grew up in Bahrain love Bahrain, there is a strong expat community that is proud to live here.