Caretaker’s Chair


One thing that I see quite frequently here in Jeddah is old living room furniture, usually couches or chairs, that are used for outdoor seating by the caretakers of residential buildings. Not much chance for it to be ruined by rain, since it hardly rains here at all, but I would think that the furniture does get awfully dusty and damaged by the harsh sun.

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About SusieOfArabia

American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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2 Responses to Caretaker’s Chair

  1. Mohammad Shadab Yunus says:

    Assalaam o alaikum ,
    My name is Shadab , I am from India , male 36 years . looking for a job in KSA .
    I am graduate from Hotel & Hospitality Institute in the year 2000 .
    Please help me in getting job ( any kind of ) .

    Regards ,
    w/salaam ,
    Shadab

  2. Judy says:

    It always looks so strange to see indoor furniture outdoors. We see it here sometimes but things do get a bit soggy and them moldy here.

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