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Calling all Bahrain-ians!!

Discussion in 'Teaching overseas' started by g44, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. g44

    g44

    Thinking about moving to the gulf area, in particular Bahrain because of the climate. Was wondering if anyone living there right now could just let me know what it is like as a destination for a family? Things to do, lifestyle etc
    I ve seen the posts that come up on a search but some up to date info would be great!!
     
  2. Karvol

    Karvol Occasional commenter

    Rather like the ar*e end of Sharjah I have been told by friends who live there.
     
  3. Some people rave about Bahrain's climate but that's because they enjoy living in air-con 24/7 for 340 days of the year and sweating their shirts off on the short walks between air-conditioned homes / cars / schools / cars / malls / cars / homes... Yes, it's sunny almost every day and but it's not like you're having fun in the sun. Most of the time it's just too stinking hot to be outside.
     
  4. ceviche

    ceviche New commenter

    There may also be the minor issueof civil unrest to factor into your decision-making.
     

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