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... posts in the valley and charged uphill to confront the intruders. It quickly became apparent our small safari team of ten was outnumbered six to one and were faced with a humiliating retreat. But, it's too late to fall back! With each side now in a face-to-face high intensity situation, the drama climaxes when the team decides to use distraction to regain the advantage. Oranges, bananas, and melons are used ...
The area of Riyadh known as the Diplomatic Quarter is where all the Embassies are located. It is quite beautiful with many green spaces and hiking trails surrounding the Quarter. The trail follows the edge of an escarpment overlooking the palm gardens of the Wadi Hanifah. There are playgrounds, gardens and an abundance of picnic areas. We started exploring this area last week and decided it would be a great place to return ...
... detour" to go for a ten minute ride to the grocery store.
Parking is free in most parkades. You can however hire a local to look after your car in some outdoor lots. He will wash the car inside and out at your request. Street parking is hit and miss. There is angle parking on most streets but there is always a concern that someone will park behind you, boxing you in. As stated before, anything goes.
I will never complain about traffic in Winnipeg ...
... Tower tour and supper at the top tomorrow night - should be a great night view of Riyadh and a big group of us heading out into the desert again next weekend to Edge of the World - 2 escarpments meeting with big cliffs and views.
Our latest trip plan is to meet our good Irish friends Jim and Eimear from the camino in Milan at the end of October. Tours and accommodation already booked - will try to see if there is any wine there too....When the moon hits your ...
... intestinal issue) and Wadi Hanifah.
Dir'iyah is an old ruined town and was the capital of the first Saudi Kingdom (1446 est). It was laid waste in the1800's by the Ottoman Empire. It remained deserted until the 1970s and is now in the process of bieng restored. It has beautiful walls and towers and an old castle. Unfortunately we were not able to go in any of the buildings because of the restorations. Pictures follow. In 2008 it ...