Blogs from expats in Saudi Arabia
Would you like to work, live, move to Saudi Arabia? Or just to find out how is life in Saudi Arabia? We've got much more than travel brochures: read blogs written by expats living in Saudi Arabia!
Blue Abaya takes you on a journey through the Magic Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Travel tips, things to do in Riyadh, KSA Top Ten lists, restaurant reviews, discover new destinations, learn about the culture, customs and traditions of Saudi Arabia.
I started this blog when i first shifted to dubai, discovering dubai and happiness in a new relationship made me want to share..this blog is about a pakistani girl's life, happy and sad, good and bad, ups and downs all precious moments of my journey from pakistan to dubai to bck and now to saudia. life with my hansom huby and my wonderful baby.
In May 2012 my husband came home with a proposal. Move to Yanbu, Saudi Arabia for a position. At first I was stunned, but having lived and worked as an ex-pat myself before meeting my husband, I though that it may be worth looking into. I quite my job, am now a stay-at-home mom and we live in Yanbu Industrial City in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The process has been interesting and we are learning more and more everyday. But I have a feeling this is only the beginning of our adventure!
Founded in 2008, Pearl's Powder is all about Food. But it is not the typical food blog. It is not just about recipes or restaurant reviews! It is a blog for sharing passionate food memories and cultural encounters, restaurants& cafes innovations, food business ideas, the latest food scientific research, & ongoing events/news in the "Food and Beverage" Industry in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. By also blogging about nutrition and food safety awareness, Pearl's Powder is also an online portal for advocating consumers' health rights in the Arab world. So simply, I am harnessing the power of social media and my experience, knowledge and degrees in food science to the society around, to promote the " Culture of Food", a culture that appreciate and values food, not just a necessity but as a beautiful blessing we often disregard and take for granted.