The Ritz Carlton Riyadh
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... sandwich. It had falafel, potatoes, and egg inside of pita bread. So good! There was also something resembling a chicken croquette, subway sandwiches (which I avoided because eating anything normal/American is lame), grape leaves, juices (Kiwi juice is big here), mamouls (which I tried today--it's like a thick snickerdoodle with a date inside), and coffee. I am a bit disappointed in the coffee here...it seems to be ...
... have red hair, and an uncovered face. A prostitute OBVIOUSLY.
4- I actually like to walk. In a society where sidewalks are few, taxis are everywhere, and people rush from air conditioned car to air conditioned building, you never see people outside. unless they are waiting for a driver. shame shame.
5- I live by a major highway. Although I like the cute backstreets and neighborhoods, I eventually have to walk ...
... and such), I have had to resort to a lot of games like pictionary, charades, and hot seat. We also don't have a lot of material since it's the first week of class and the e-mail systems are down. All that being said, the mantra here is, "Be Flexible."
I like my students thus far. I had a class of 6 yesterday and 16 today. Since the girls have to cover up so much on a daily basis, they tend to ...
It's been a strange journey from Washington D.C. to Riyadh. The initial flight to Doha seemed ridiculously quick despite the fact that it was about 13 hours long. I just slept, woke up, ate airline food, and passed out again. I had a devout Muslim mother and her son next to me. They seemed a bit uncomfortable having me so close to them, but I was polite as can be. I also made a friend by giving an Indian man sitting across the aisle my toilette. He said I had a great soul. ...
Al Heet is a town just outside of Riyadh. The cave itself is not one of the tourist attractions you'll find on the internet. All the same it's always amazing finding places that naturally retain a lot of water in this very dry climate. Also, like most places here sadly, it looks like a tourist attraction with all the litter in and around it.