61 thoughts on “Interesting Riyadh!

  1. love the furniture outside….how funny….the falcons in a storage unit….hummmm – I always believe that the wild animals belong in the wild…but they looked well cared for…love the pictures…..kat

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  2. Oh my gosh. There used to be a bunch of middle eastern students living in a house that I walked past often. They had made some sort of smoking room in the garage that looked a lot like the furniture in your photo. They’d be sitting out there in all weather with the garage door flung open, and their magic carpet knitting them all together as they told stories and smoked their thingamajigs. 😉

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  3. I honestly now think there’s a great cultural gap in male relationships in the U.S. and the Middle East.. Every man I’ve met or male group I’ve encountered here in the U.S. that was from anywhere in the Middle East, always are engaging in conversation, usually very animated conversation.. But here in the U.S., our guys talk but not usually holding sustained conversation for long periods.. Our culture raised the “big silent type” .. It’s less noticable now than years ago but I have a feeling that the Middle East leads in male bonding and socializing.. What do you think Lynz ?

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