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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is KSA's 2nd largest city and is located on its west coast, right on the Red Sea. I moved here in 2007 with my Saudi hubby and teenage son. This journal reflects the things that I see here, life through my eyes, my lens.
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Tag Archives: signs
It’s taken me a while to be able to spot schools here in Jeddah. Most look nothing at all like the schools I am used to seeing in the states. Many of the schools in KSA seem to be old … Continue reading
You can see huge incense burners like these outside many stores and shops in Jeddah. Usually there are smaller incense burners on top of ones like these where the incense is burned. People like to stop by and wave the … Continue reading
This is a chain of mattress outlets here in Jeddah. The business name is … interesting!
In Jeddah, many shops that offer similar products and services are often right next door to one another for blocks and blocks. My theory is that because of the close proximity of these similar businesses, it causes the signage and … Continue reading
Many street corners in Saudi Arabia have signs similar to this one. I’ve never cared much for signs like this because I feel like I never have enough time to completely read all of them. I prefer the big signs … Continue reading
The thobe (or thawb) is the long usually white dress that many Saudi men wear. Most Saudi men probably have at least a dozen thobes hanging in their closets, especially those who wear thobes to work. Most thobes shops will … Continue reading
Yes, we even have Little Caesars Pizza here!
At night Jeddah comes alive like Las Vegas – its colorful neon signs and buildings lit up in neon are abundant and vying for attention as though there is some kind of lighting competition going on.
In Saudi Arabia, the latest in electronic technology is readily available and devoured by the population. I think this eye-catching sign would attract a lot of customers.