12 Things You'll Miss The Most When Or If You Leave Saudi
So say you have returned back to your home country or went on living somewhere else, voluntarily or involuntarily some part of Saudi still remains with you. And, no matter how hard you try there are so many things that you get used to that are hard to leave behind.
Here are a few of those things, in actuality, as said by people who have left the Kingdom:
1. Saying things like 'shu', 'wallah' and 'ya3ne'
what I miss most about saudi is saying things like "shu", "wla esh", "wallah", "ya3ne" and such— poompkins (@asianeliya) November 27, 2017
2. The nostalgia is real
I think we can all agree on this.
3. The late night shoppings
4. The cheap oil
One of the things I miss about Saudi, is filling up the car tank to full for about 40 AED. Whereas, here I have to pay around 160 AED :)— لجين أبوالفرج (@LujainAbulfaraj) December 6, 2010
5. Cookie Crips are life.
I'd put this up on my 'Things About Saudi I Miss' list. *.* Cookie Crisps! <3<3<3 *drools* pic.twitter.com/1a2f6yED— Cacophony (@dammitsaleem) June 26, 2012
6. When it's summer and the sunshines look stunning
7. Nothing like the local souk
I want to rummage through a bazaar. One of the things I miss about Saudi Arabia— KingMufasah (@KingMufasah) August 10, 2013
8. The stars do shine bright in the Kingdom
@Neemwad8: One of the main things I miss about Saudi Arabia was how clearly you could see the stars at night.🌌— Naema Frances (@Neemwad8) September 29, 2014
9. Desert dune anyone?
One of the things I miss most about Saudi are using ATVs on the sandddd, omg.— Nizea (@nizealei) April 20, 2016
10. There's a totally beautiful and different atmosphere during Ramadan in Saudi
One of the many things I miss about Ramadan in Saudi. Fasting Makkans stand in long queues to buy ‘ful’ for iftar http://t.co/1RgocQxOdr— Alex Malouf SCMP Chart.PR (@alex_malouf) June 22, 2015
11. Catching sunsets
honestly one of the things I miss the most about saudi arabia is watching a sunset from the desert. One of the best things ive ever seen.— Ravi Sahye (@RaviSahye1) December 13, 2016