About This Blog, and About Me: Susie of Arabia
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. This journal reflects the things that I see here, life through my eyes, my lens.
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Tag Archives: children
Pink girls’ uniforms hang from the ceiling on display for shoppers. Most public and private schools here in Saudi Arabia require children to wear uniforms. from Blogger http://susieofarabia.blogspot.com/2020/10/school-uniforms.html
The store windows of this little girls’s dress shop caught my eye. I liked the colors and the fanciful Asian theme. These dresses might be worn for holidays or weddings or other more formal events. There is no shortage of … Continue reading
City Daily Photo is an online community of photo bloggers that share images of life in their cities around the world. The first of every month is Theme Day for City Daily Photo bloggers. This month’s theme is “City People.” I … Continue reading
Taken one day in the mall a few months ago, this photo shows a couple of Saudi women walking by with a red headed little girl. The women are wearing the type of ultra conservative all black abaya that is … Continue reading
There are not many public playgrounds or parks in the city of Jeddah. Many boys play in the streets or in abandoned lots. Children who live in apartment buildings might be lucky enough to have access to their building’s rooftops … Continue reading
We just happened to be at the mall one morning when the Krispy Kreme Doughnut Shop welcomed dozens of school children from a local international school for a tour of their facility. Each child was given a paper KK hat … Continue reading
It’s not unusual to see all kinds of vendors walking in the streets selling everything from gum, to water bottles, to toys, to flowers. Most of the vendors are young foreign men, but it’s fairly common to see young children … Continue reading
One thing that upsets me here in Saudi Arabia is how children are not buckled in when traveling in cars. Some young boys are even allowed to drive, and all the while women are restricted from doing so. Every time … Continue reading
I was over at a relative’s home recently and was intrigued by some cards (similar to flash cards) that my five-year-old nephew was looking at. These cards had graphic images on them to teach children the right and wrong way … Continue reading