On Social Segregation: Beware of the Sections!

Yesterday my mother and I went outside (outside as in “outside the actual compound” YES, my dear people, that is actually doable here…SURPRISE!!!) to get something for lunch. Luckily for us, there are some small places near us that sell (fast) food. However, since my mother has not been outside very much so far, she […]

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On Prom Dresses and Strange Opening Hours

My grandfather, whom I unfortunately never got to meet personally, always said that you can have several wedding dresses, as you can get married several times, but you will only have one single prom in your life. With that in mind, and because I really needed a reason to leave the house, I found myself […]

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Everybody Loves German Tourists

The time has finally come where I ¬†got myself to sit down and write about the one road trip I was on in Riyadh, which is now several months back. It was one of those days when we had guests from abroad and as we all know, guests want to be entertained and are all […]

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A Day in the Life of a Saudi Arabia Expat

A couple of months ago, I wrote a post on my¬†peace. joy. pancake¬†blog about what a day in my life in Kosova looked like. So, one day ¬†I thought to myself: Why not do the same thing for Saudi Arabia, too? As you can tell by the title of this post, I thought that was […]

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