This is one of Bahrain’s well-known scrap yards where one can get any part of any car and any make. One just needs patience. It’s a ‘goldmine’ for anyone who has had a minor accident, or needs just one small, but critical, spare part. However, I was not as lucky since parts of “large American SUV’s” are hard to come by. But I did get … Continue reading Yards of scrap
Originally posted on The Domestic Man:
Recently, I’ve been thinking about living a simpler life. The idea started when I visited Mickey Trescott’s new home in the Willamette Valley over the summer, but it really solidified when we moved all of our things from Maryland to Florida last month – over 14,000 lbs worth of belongings. As we started unpacking boxes, I couldn’t help but… Continue reading A Delicious Gift: Stew For Two
Originally posted on MANDEEPSINGS:
While it’s not unusual to rain in Bahrain, the first showers of the season are always exciting times. It rained for a better part of the day today after which the weather turned very pleasant. While it did not exactly bring out the umbrellas, the weather gods made sure there was plenty to cheer about – as the forecast is for… Continue reading Ha! Rain!!
I took Tyson out unusually early this morning for the weekend! This is because he had unfinished “business” from last night and wanted desperately to go for a walk. And as we walked on the coast, I saw the sun about to come up. Hurrying home to fetch the camera, I was just in time to capture this beautiful sight of the skies over the … Continue reading Weekend Special
These two boats on Bahrain’s Muharraq coast gave an impression they have ‘retired’ for the evening after a laborious day out at sea. A perfect shot of a perfectly lazy and still evening. Continue reading Lazy evening
The always beautiful sunset off the coast of Bahrain’s Muharraq Island. This picture, taken during low tide, presents a spectacular view of the capital, Manama’s skyline, with the now many skyscrapers vying with one another in grandeur and splendor. There was a time not many years ago when this tiny nation had no highrise buildings and boasted of just a few buildings of more than … Continue reading Golden Eye