Tulip Inn - Dammam
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... 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 ...
... in a weekend, so we set off. The drive was a four hour ordeal that didn't include any bathroom stops. Enough said. The highway was three lanes each way. The outside lane was for trucks (of which there was a steady stream), the second lane was for cars and the inside lane was for the 'crazies" (labelled so because of the speed which they passed by). We were travelling 120kph, the crazies would zoom by at any speed. If you were caught in ...
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 ...
... more then food believe it or not!!! As a Western women who has grown up in Australia I never realized how lucky I was. To have parents who have encouraged me to do what ever I dreamed of with no limit’s. To go to Uni, multiple time!!! To choose not to have children. To choose to leave an unhappy marriage and start again. To even travel (or leave the house) on my own is a liberty that so many other women in the world don’t have.
The racism is ...
... a couple of minutes we were through that part.
The next part, and unsurprisingly the worst part of the whole process considering their infamous work ethic, is the Saudi passport. For some reason it seemed quite busy considering it was just before 0200 and everything soon became apparent. A process that should take no more than 5 minutes per car was taking 10 – 15 minutes per car in the lane our driver had chosen. It ...