Tulip Inn - Dammam
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... address. We gave up. The next morning we tried a different approach and googled "worlds tallest fountain". It turns out this fountain is not in Dammam, it is in Jeddah, on the other coast. Never trust the internet. Now we need to go to Jeddah! The causeway to Bahrain starts in Dammam. It is 25km long and can take up to four hours to cross depending on traffic. We considered going across for a beer and a bacon sandwich but our car wasn't licenced for the trip. Just as ...
... It is a bit sad that I don't feel safer heading out downtown on my own but I really don't believe that it would be safe, I am still enjoying the little interactions that i have with some Saudi women. In general the ones that I work with have a naughty sense of humour, are generous with advice and love to share tips. I have finally found out after many failed attempts at making arabic coffee that they don't make their own blends like domestic goddesses at ...
... cile, lower paid workers like drivers, house boys, dog walkers, builders, cleaners all imported from countries like the Phillipines, India and Pakistan they are paid nothing, approx $300 AUD a month and work 6 days a week. It is hard to know how much to tip or how to share my good fortune when I recoil from the idea of having a ‘house boy’ to clean my tiny little flat or hose out my tiny little courtyard. I think I would rather just give them the money!!! I ...
... with food and coffee, I am trying to figure out were in Melbourne I can get a stash of goodies to impress Will with my cooking prowess when I am home for a visit in a few weeks. I will have to get him to buy a coffee grinder before I get home so I don't waste any time making Zatar and coffee.
Next entry should have photo's and details hopefully of Bahrain.........if I can remember the trip :)
I've been in Dhahran for a week, the people have been amazing, so friendly and welcoming, I have been out for lunch / dinner / parties and today I am being taken shopping. This will be my first trip out of the compound and into Khobar.
In the morning we went to the grocery shop, the fruit and veg was amazing. All kinds of eggplants, tomato's, fennel, lots of grapes, peaches and beautiful mango's. The olives at the deli counter were amazing, about 50 ...