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An English teacher explores way beyond the Saudi classroom in his pursuit to continue surfing. In his first season he opened up the sand dunes of Al Nafud desert for sand boarding and now he is back surfing real waves on beaches along the Eastern Provinces. The blog is a diary of his life teaching, surfing, eating and travelling around Arabia. It contains beautifully captured images of a country so few get to visit.
Saudi Arabia from the perspective of a twenty-something healthcare worker at King Faisal Hospital in Riyadh.
Welcome to our blog.I am a parent volunteer in my kids school.Al Forsan international schools in Riyadh. By FIS parent to parents! NB: it's not an official blog from school, it's my personal blog
From davao city, philippines but now based in riyadh, saudi arabia. There are such few words to describe my style of photography but I believe that I create mesmerizing photos to express myself, my feelings or share at least a small essence of the magical moments that I try to capture along my way. I also share music that I've been listening to and I try as much as possible to share any goodness that this world can offer. Visit my blog to see the photos. I am open for photoshoots (for ladies only). email here: debunnystudios(at)gmail(dot)com.
As an Indian expat in KSA, this blog will be an account of thoughts mulling in my mind, happenings in Saudi, trip journals, hotel reviews among many other things. As I am new to blogging, I would like to try my hand at a variety of topics before I discover my forte.
For something different from the Middle East - viral videos, artwork, museums and interviews.
I write about the things I learn as a mom, as a Filipino, as a Christian, as a traveler, and as an expat living in Jeddah.
Gail at Large
My name is Gail, I was born in the Philippines but immigrated to Canada as a young child with my family. I currently live in Porto, Portugal’s second-largest metropolitan area, located in the north on the Atlantic coast. Spain is an hour to the north and about two hours to the east.