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Friday morning by the Corniche December 17, 2006

Posted by Aella in Al Khobar, Culture, Pictures, Saudi Arabia, Saudi culture.
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Saudi family

Saudi family on a Friday stroll

Khobar Corniche

Khobar Corniche

Playground by the Corniche

Playground by the Corniche

Toy stall

Toy salesgirl by her stall

Saudi father playing with his child

Saudi father playing with his children

Pic

Don’t ask me what it says but the flowers are purdy.

Comments»

1. LiB Team - December 18, 2006

nice pics, S. In the last pic it says “Asaakom Min Owwaadah” which means “Many happy returns of the occasion” I bet it’s marking the Eids n stuff.

2. Sous - December 18, 2006

Thank you🙂 ! I think the sign has been there for some time but maybe they are saving it for next Eid😛 .

3. annoos - December 19, 2006

The next Eid is coming after around 10 days, Eid Al-Adha http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eid_ul-Adha

So Happy Eid🙂

4. Sous - December 19, 2006

Happy Eid to you too🙂 ! I was actually going that ask that since I wasn’t sure.

5. Elisabeth - December 19, 2006

Sous – Du är en underbart härlig tjej!!! Julhälsningen kunde inte hamnat hos en bättre person😉 eftersom jag lägger energin på maten istället för baket. Vilken överraskning!!! Du gjorde mig så glad idag. Kramar o önskningar om en härlig Eid som kommer snart. I år hamnar ju den direkt efter nyår så ni får väl ta en sväng t Bahrein o fira rejält.

God Jul o Gott Nytt År-kramar till er alla
Elisabeth

6. Sous - December 19, 2006

Vad bra att den kom fram🙂 ! Hoppas den kommer att smaka bra med.
En God Jul o Gott Nytt År till er alla.

Kramar
Sous


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