October 2013

An official tour by Bahrain Tourism Board.

Bahrain National Museum - long time ago, people put the skeletons of the dead in a clay jar

Bahrain National Museum – long time ago, people put the skeletons of the dead in a clay jar

Bahrain National Museum - they dived to search for pearls

Bahrain National Museum – long time ago, they dived to search for pearls

Bahrain Fort

Bahrain Fort

Bahrain Fort

Bahrain Fort

A camel farm (which I forget whom it belongs to)

A camel farm (which I forget whom it belongs to)

Bahrain Tower - where you can dine and see the view of King Fahd causeway that connects Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

Bahrain Tower – where you can dine and see the view of King Fahd causeway that connects Bahrain and Saudi Arabia

I heard from a local that Bahrainis will be able to live without having to work for 300 more years with their oil resources. And they said lots of people from Saudi come to Bahrain for more freedom and shopping.

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