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Once again, our perspectives are drastically changed by what the media portrays, and I am telling you from first-hand experience that it’s false.While most of the Gulf countries share the same language (Arabic) and oil-enriched economy, they’re each slightly unique in their own ways.Part of me can understand why so many people are intimidated to travel through the Middle East, largely due to all the negative media attention. That puts me in opposition both physically and culturally to almost everyone in the Middle East.
Once I left Kuwait and traveled onward around the Arabian Gulf, Fatima reached out to her friends in Bahrain and Oman to see if they could show me around.
You will also find an abundance of herbs and spices, most notably sesame, saffron, black pepper, garlic, cinnamon and parsley.
Other common ingredients are eggplant, carrots, zucchini, onions, olives, pita, dates, chickpeas and mint.
Through those people, I kept meeting more friends of friends of friends, and every person was very kind and hospitable.
They picked me up at the airport, took me sight seeing, taught me about their culture, and they wouldn’t let me pay for anything. I walked around everywhere by myself at night (even in dark allies) and never once felt harassed or stalked.
The food that I ate all around the Gulf was fantastic.