read about my first week of living and working in Saudi
- read about a trip to the observation platform of the
Kingdom Tower, fake DVDs, dust/sand storms, and the
problems of life as a consultant when people don't
attend your meetings.
- prepare yourself for the long story about our road
trip to Bahrain and how we couldn't get past the Saudi
border patrol, see some camels, the lovely ladies of the
A-Chix Band, and my fascination with toilet bowls!!
- the final week before we return home. Read about the
censorship of Kelly Rowland and the Mail On Sunday, a
trip to the top of the Faisaliah Tower, and Krispy Kreme
- trips to the top of the Kingdom Tower and Faisaliah
Tower, and close encounters with the Saudi security
forces which mean we're now keeping a low profile.
- it's quite easy to keep a low profile when you're
stuck in sand!
Part07 - I'm back for a 7-week stint and
women dominate this update. I've finally gotten to
talk to one of them, although only about
business-related matters, and I'm getting depressed
about the scenes of homeless women.
Part08 - me and Tan become brothers, we
get to sit in the vicinity of the opposite sex, and I
get a birds-eye view of the aftermath of a car crash.
Part09 - we have a successful, yet
uneventful, trip to Bahrain - albeit we do get 'Trapped
In A Box'. Plus the desert rains finally arrive in
Part10 - It's now March 2009 and I'm back for me.
Find out about how 2008 ended, and then read about the
worst sandstorm in 32 years and why a 75-year old woman
has been sentenced to 40 lashes.
Part11 - My
4-week stint is almost over, so discover my Top 10
positives and negatives of living in Saudi Arabia, and
read another 'Believe It or Not' story, this time about