|See the image of the guy riding the camel?|
|On the move|
|Taking the camels out to stretch their legs|
|Camels taking a break during the morning's exercises|
|Picture 1: Camel hanging out|
|Picture 2: Camel has an itch|
|Picture 3: Trying a different approach to get the itch|
|Picture 4: Got it.|
After the race track, Mary Anne and I stopped by a little place to get some tea (it was like 25cents for a cup!) and I love the name of this place:
|What are "tasty buds"?|
|What does it mean to be "high clean"?|
|I hear Brad Pitt and George Clooney go here...|
After that, we went home to change our clothes before Mary Anne dropped me off again at the QFBA office (same place I was at on Monday).
I got to chat with a couple people in the office today and learned that one of the women is Omani, one of the guys is Bahraini, although both he and the Qatari guy in the office speak perfect American English without any Middle Eastern accent. I also heard the Bahraini guy speaking perfect French on the phone.
I admit, I’m jealous that they are so fluent in all three languages, and for them it is easy. It is actually rather common for people in the Middle East to be able to speak Arabic, English, and French because they learn them is school. Oh well, I’ll just keep working at it the hard way. :)