Dammam Palace Hotel
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I have been in Saudi Arabia for 12 nearly months, my second Ramadam has just started and I am reflecting on the experience.
I have achieved what I came to Saudi Arabia to do, a nice big chuck of dosh has disappeared from my morgage. I am a bit disappointed that I haven't been able to explore more of the country but I ...
Jeddah-20 June Started my Saudi trip from Jeddah this time. Since I liked jeddah much better the last time, so I was feeling very normal. Immigration could not have any smoother. “Welcome Habibi !!”. The only catch is that its ramadan time. Cant eat food in public. Malls open for 7-8 hours, that too in split shifts. So it was different from last time. I was ready for it. Jeddah felt better than last time, although I liked it last time as well. Feels like ...
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, Al Morjan Island, Al Khobar City, King Abdullah Park and the world's tallest Fountain. We decided this could ...
Australia Day on the base was quite good. Even though there is only a handful of us on the camp the Australian consult rep managed to put on a party for us :). The invite directed us up a alley and into some-one's backyard with turned out to be a 'thai restaurant' on camp complete with a DJ who knew an Australian song.............. ACDC, thunderstruck!!! there were Ozzie flags and quite a few Ozzie accents around. The sid must have been rocket fuel because I ...
So in my last entry I was waiting for my registration from the Medical Council which took 16 weeks in total, I then waited 4 days for my Igama (residency visa) and another week for a multiple exit visa so that I could actually leave the country and get back in again. Now I am sitting in an airport lounge with a glass of pinot gregio reflecting on my first 4 months in Saudi Arabia.
There have been a number of highs and lows over the last few months as I have adjusted ...