“Amara Restaurant” - Jeddah Internations

internationsBeing newly appointed as the new Consul of  InterNations - Jeddah Women Only group, I decided to arrange an activity quickly before Ramadan. The venue was a wonderful Restaurant/Cafe called Amara Restaurant opposite the Hilton Hotel. I had invited the ladies from Internations. Quite a few of the Expats in Jeddah, have either gone home or are on holidays elsewhere. Only one of the Ladies could make it, so I asked the ladies who are still on the compound to come along. We enjoyed a lovely cuppa and crepes, muffins… and a chat with each other.

While we were there a group of Saudi women came into the Restaurant. They all had camera’s. Me being the curious one that I am, went up to them to ask what they were doing. They were surprised to see me talking to them. They were having a photography class. The teacher showed me some of their photo’s on her phone. I asked it it was for Saudi women only. She said “No anyone could do the class” so I got her details. The other Saudi women then came up to me asking questions of where I was from etc… Then they all wanted to take a picture of me. So they did and then I asked if I could take some of them. The pictures below are from the ladies who agreed to let me put them on this blog. I really loved how they were so friendly to talk to. Hopefully I may be able to join them soon.


Below is some information about InterNations.  If anyone is interested in joining please contact me for an invitation.

Internations” href=”http://www.internations.org/about/internations?ref=fo_ab”>InterNations is the first international online community for people who live and work abroad. As a network based on trust, we enable our members to interact with other global minds in a similar situation, with comparable interests and needs. InterNation users can keep in touch with friends and business contacts; they can exchange reliable information on expat-specific topics, both on a global and a local level.


InterNations reaches out to the international community: diplomats, members of IGOs and NGOs, foreign correspondents, expatriates employed by multinational companies and their family members. We also cater to the interests of local residents with strong ties to this community (e.g. journalists).

Our network is represented by more than 300 local communities all over the world - the perfect platform to exchange opinions and information on local particularities.

Membership is strictly invitation-based: You may join the community only after receiving an invitation from a current member. In this way, InterNations will remain a network of personal trust, where data security and privacy protection are top priorities.



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