Vivienda Hotel Villas
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... amazing super-mom teacher from Illinois, and an avid traveler from Minnesota. There is also 1 Canadian teacher, another from South Africa, and another from Brighton in England. We make quite the group, but I think we need an Australian or New Zealander to get the whole English globe in our department.
All in all, things are fine and dandy. I'm hoping to take a group trip this weekend to al Masmuk. Wish me ...
... 26 or older to get one. Seeing as I'm only 21, there is a notable issue. I am told that I will have to leave and re-enter the country ever 3 months to renew my worker's visa. This also means I can't get a bank account. Ugh. Banking issues...
I'm excited for the Eid break in October and will update with any news. Hopefully, my friends and I will get out this weekend to the old city in Riyadh. Enough for now...
... back, take a nap, and do random apartment activities (study arabic, facebook stalk, write, watch tv). I guess that's what the new schedule will be like, but I am excited to venture throughout the city and hopefully get out to the desert soon. I'm not exactly sure how the taxi situation will work when getting off the beaten path, but I guess I will find out!
Until next time. Always keepin it cool
... a lot. He took me to my apartment complex, where some guys from the reception let me choose between one of two rooms. It has everything I need and is pretty cute I suppose. I was informed that my computer would come tomorrow and I would have an "American check up" for my iqama. All of the times they stated were different, so I just decided I would try to wake up at a decent time and be ready for anything.
Once I got into my room, I passed out. I got to ...
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.