Tulip Inn - Dammam
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... food without MSG added and veggies from local farmers. I turn left out my gate and walk 10 mins to the local butchers to buy meat – he only stocks from local farms and can practically tell me the name of the animal, has fresh kidneys on Tuesday etc etc. I turn right out my gate walk 5 mins and am at the local fruit and veg market and can buy local veggies, free range eggs and milk from the dairy down the road…… I don’t say that to sound like ...
... I am not sure what this means as yet but it feels a little odd walking around the office with a coffee in my hand when we haven't been able to eat and drink in public since I arrived. Every-one has been very 'festive' at work lots of celebrations and family time. It is kind of odd observing a religious time of year and being a complete outside with no real idea what the celebration is all about. I have been trying to fix this by reading a little bit ...
Saudi Arabia doesn’t celebrate all the holidays like in Canada and US. But here on camp Canadian and American people still celebrate the holidays. For Halloween they had event setup at a park, and in the family area (Dhahran Hills) they closed off the road for kids to do trick-or-treating around the neighborhood. So, its ...
... to get from the plane to the other side of the customs gate!! The customs guy showed no interest whatsoever in searching our luggage, I think the 6 suitcases plus hand luggage put him off!!
After meeting with the welcoming officer at the airport & receiving our temporary ID's we were then met by Terry's past work colleague Pat, who used to work with Terry in Brisbane. He has been living in Saudi for about 7 years. He ...
... yes, stressful! Hopefully though I'll be able to get caught up soon, and it won't be an issue.
The kids at the school (so far anyway ;) ) are wonderful. There are definitely more boys than girls, almost a 3:1 ratio, and they're almost all middle eastern (though not necessarily Bahraini). I learned quickly, after attempting to take attendance in my first class, that their names are NOTHING like ...