Saudi Arabia Bedouin Living

A typical desert camp scene in Saudi Arabia – an open fire on the desert floor for barbecuing or making tea, resting on a magic carpet, and enjoying the weather, the clear skies, and the quiet of the end of the day.

Carved rock paintings can be found in many areas of the country of Saudi Arabia – some are thousands of years old.  

A traditional Bedouin style interior with the familiar red geometric carpeting, located in Shaqra Heritage Village.

Special thanks to Khaled Al-Sheraihi for allowing me to post today’s lovely variety of photos from Saudi Arabia.  You can follow him on Instagram.

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About SusieOfArabia

American woman now living in hubby's homeland of Saudi Arabia
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