6th September 2012
My friends frequently ask questions about my wardrobe here in Qatar. There tend to be some misconceptions regarding what the general population wears. For instance, I am repeatedly asked if I must wear a headscarf or even a burqa. The answer is no.
There are, however, some important things to remember regarding clothing when traveling or living in the Middle East. Here are a few tips for anyone visiting or studying in the Middle East:
Dressing like the locals is a good way to avoid attracting the attention of thieves and scam artists! Check out this article on how to dress in Qatar.
4th April 2012
Photoset reblogged from Hi, I like maps. with 25 notes
This knitting pattern makes me happy.
Alright, who here knows how to knit? I hereby commission this. ;)
6th February 2012
Link reblogged from De California a España with 10 notes
During my first months of living in Spain, I was absolutely perplexed as to how I was so easily identified as an American. (My hair isn’t that light! Jeez!) Since then, I’ve picked up on some of the clues that give us away as outsiders.
- black Northface jackets
- workout clothes
- boys in baggy…