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  1. Very happy to have found your blog! My husband grew up in Misurata, Libya in the 80s and has fond memories of the city and the beaches. He doesn’t have a lot of pictures from the city. I have enjoyed looking at the pictures and getting an idea of his childhood city! Thanks very much for sharing.
    I was wondering if you might have street maps of Misurata that you could share. I’m sure it will make my husband very happy 🙂
    Best wishes,

    1. Hi Ash, and thank you for your comment. It makes me very happy because this blog was first created for people wanting some info about Libya so im glad it hit the mark 🙂 However im afraid i cant help with maps. These are VERY hard to find even when you are there. I have quite a few pictures however, if you email me maybe i can share some more with you if you\’d like.

  2. Hey there,
    I read your post about the working and living in Saudi Arabia. Sounds wonderful. If you’re mind, can you share with me so far your experiences living there especially in Jeddah. I heard about my friends there have many opportunities based on qualification, personal background, work experiences etc over there. If I’m selected an interview and job offer in Saudi Arabia, what the first matters I should consider? Currently, I’m working as senior executive with 3 years experiences graduated MBA paying RM 2200 per/month at small private company.
    Best regards,

    1. Hello Siti and thank you for stopping by. If you\’d like to know more about life in Jeddah, such scroll through the blog, there are loads of posts about ESL salaries, schooling children, clothing, shopping and more. Also read the where i have recorded my impressions after living here for almost 3 years. If you do get a job offer your first concern should be housing: make sure they offer you accommodation or a very good housing allowance. If you have more specific questions, you can also email me anytime…

  3. Hey there,

    I recently stumbled upon your blog and thought your motto “Travel is something you ARE not something you do” was really great. As an expat currently living in Australia, I’d love to have the opportunity to guest post about how expats can make the most of Sydney as soon as they move there!

    I look forward to hearing back!

    Best regards,
    Liam Barrett

  4. Hi, I read your post about the property you rented in zawiya and was wondering what the agency’s name is that you used? It sounds like you used 2 different ones.


    1. Hello Amm i\’m not sure I remember the agency as my husband used to handle all of those things in Zawiya however the name \’bab Al zawiyah\’ comes with mind. We used them for both properties (the house and the flat). They used to have an office right at the entry of the city coming from Tripoli (hence the name I guess) but I think they moved after a while. If you do find them I would recommend them the guy we dealt with was great!

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