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Work in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Work in Bahrain

The majority of the population in Bahrain are expatriates (they make up 62% of the population). A minority of expats work in the financial sector however the majority are engaged as...

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Eat in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Eat in Bahrain

Bahrain has an impressive dining scene, with numerous restaurants to choose from. The main dining area is Adliya. In Adliya, you can take your pick among numerous cafe’s, with...

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Drink in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Drink in Bahrain

Bahrain has relatively liberal laws regarding alcohol and has long been a favorite getaway for visitors from Saudi Arabia and other nearby “dry” countries — don’t be...

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Stay safe in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Stay safe in Bahrain

During 2011, a state of near civil war broke out in Bahrain, with minimal deaths, few injuries, and a number of activists and health professionals arrested. Though massive demonstrations...

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Stay healthy in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Stay healthy in Bahrain

Drink plenty of water. April through August can be very hot (up to 50 ºC) and humid. Use an umbrella to protect you from the harsh sun. It is important to stay hydrated, especially if you...

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Respect in Bahrain

Posted in on 6-19-13

Respect in Bahrain

Bahrain is a fairly gracious host nation but it is imperative to demonstrate respect and courtesy in reference to their particular cultural practices and religion at all times. When out in...

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Al Manamah

Posted in on 5-9-13

Al Manamah

Manama (Arabic: المنامة‎ Al Manāma) is the capital and largest city of Bahrain, with an approximate population of 155,000 people. Long an important trading center in the Persian...

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Al Muharraq

Posted in on 5-9-13

Al Muharraq

Muharraq (Arabic: المحرق‎; lit. “burned down”) is Bahrain’s third largest city and served as its capital until 1923 when it was replaced by Manama. The city is...

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