Yes, it is quite unnerving moving to one of the most conservative countries in the world.Yes, it is a little odd being arrested for just walking next to someone of the opposite sex.A second thing I need to point out is tribal thinking. The opinions, facts and any media content here are presented solely by the author, and The Times of Israel assumes no responsibility for them. There are few things (that I’ve experienced, anyway) as terrifying as being an Israeli in the middle of a crowded bar in the Kingdom of Bahrain while a Saudi guy jokes — quite loudly — that you’re in the Mossad.Though that made my friends in Israel think I was even more insane, that was really what made the trip what it was.(It is important to take a moment to note two things.Today, The Indian School, Bahrain is one of the largest expatriate schools in the Arabian Gulf with strength of over 11,250 students and an enthusiastic workforce of 600 members.
If you’re a western guy, the Saudi girl will likely bombard your phone with pictures of babies.
I have no doubt that I would have received a different reception had I had the opportunity to interact with different communities.
Manama (Arabic: المنامة, transliteration: al-Manāma) is the capital and largest city of Bahrain with an approximate population of 157,000 people, roughly a quarter of the country's population.
I "play" several instrumen I am quiet and mostly shy at first, but once I get comfortable with someone I make jokes and my personality shines through. I attend church at least once a week, I was raised in a Baptist church.
I enjoy watching movies especially action and romantic comedies.