I WANT TO HAVE A COFFEE MORNING AND WOULD LIKE TO ORDER MY CAKES AND DESSERTS DOES ANY1 KNOW OF ANY GOOD BAKERIES NOT THE STANDARD ARABIC SWEETS THANX.
Is there any good ladies gym in alKhubar area?? Or Dharan/Dammam area??
What I'm looking for is variety in classes and good machines (Don't really care about swimming pool).
Would love to hear your inputs,anything will help :)
Thanks in advance,
Anyone knows where I can buy knitting materials and other sewing items in Al Khubar?
There are a few handicraft materials in Jarir, but only the most basic of sewing kits (Tamimi also).
Does anyone know if PSP'S OR X-Boxes are cheaper to in Khubar or in Canada? Any info on this would be great.
Can anyone help me with the following queries ?
1. Is Dammam a conservative place, in comparison to Jeddah ? Do all women go out in abaya?
2. How commutable is Dammam King to Khobar and Ras Tanura
3. Anyone heard of the King Abdul Aziz Hospital aka National Guard Hospital in Dammam ? Do you know if it is a good hospital to work ?
Thank you for all your replies
OK! before i ask, i'd like to mention for the record that i tried fishing beside funtime park, beside the bahrain bridge and on morgan (coral) island in Dammam, using all possible bait you can think of and in most times of the day and most the time caught very little fish, unedible fish or most the time just nothing, and YES! i have heard a lot of the fisherman stories and even seen pictures of the fish they caught (which was never when i was around for some strange reason) so please donot suggest those places or tell me about how your friends caught whales and sharks and dinasaurs from those spots, because it's either a fairy tale or i'm just junxed for some strange reason
Is anybody aware of a good fishing spot or maybe a boat rental place that may rent a boat for a day for a reasonable price, knowing good fishing spots is a definite plus as well.
Can anyone recommend an Arabic language class or a tutor for women in the Al-Khobar area? I know some Arabic but I need to improve my spoken Saudi Arabic.
Any info is appreciated!
Does anyone here know of any decent compounds or villas that are up for rent? Now keep in mind my husband is a Saudi, and we're paying out of our pockets ( as opposed to comp paying.)
We need something that has 2 living rooms, thats why we're moving out of this place, theres just one and that gets hard with the whole segregation thing. Does anyone know of ANYTHING thats clean, spacious, and no more than sr35,000 a year?
Man, In the states all I gotta do is type in "villa for rent" and I'd spend hours looking at all my options! Here all I got was this site!
Hi.... Very nice forum you have here - I enjoyed to read a lot of the previous postings ;-) Is it possible to use any of the facilities in a compound if you don't actually live in one? We have a lot of family living in Dammam (my husband is arab and all his sisters and brothers live in Dammam) and we didn't make up our mind where and how to live yet. Thanks...
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