No, I don't mean love but I mean the Sun of my great Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.These days the weather gets real hot because it's the time in which the dates get plump,brown and delicious.I wish that I can send you all some of them,they are very healthy especially for kids and old people.A JOKE,,in Saudi Arabia, if you were white and wish to be a bit dark then your wish must be fulfilled, we've got a strong sun here that can turn you black in no time .So, no matter how hot the weather is in my beloved Kingdom, my love for it make me feel like in Austaria,don't you think so??Emotion: big smile
I love the long sunny days in November here in Australia. It is the end of spring then and warm during the day and cool at night. The best time of the year.
The sun does not really turn us brown here. For someone like me with very fair skin, I just burn. I wear sun block on my face for at least nine months of the year to try and avoid sun damage.
Do you eat dates fresh off the tree in Saudi Arabia? We usually only get them dried here. I think I have seen some in expensive fruit shops but have never tried a fresh one. Someone told me they are like plumbs fresh, but they do not look like plumbs.

Well,Robyn nice to hear from an Australian friend , well ,you see my gransfather owns many palm tree farms. So, you were right,smart friend ,I eat dates very fresh off the tree.By the way, there are many shapes for the dates,some are oval and slim while others are round .The fresh dates have different colours as well, the dates at my grandfather's farm have many colours. I like what you said about the weather in your country during November,Wait for me at the airport,ha ha ha.Emotion: big smile
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Saba hul Khair The sweet desert, I hope by something like one and half month you could be able to send me some of the "tariih" from your country. Emotion: wink
Adomi, are you taking an Arabic course, well, I guess so.May I ask you one small favour,what do you mean by the word,tariih???Please don't be late because I'm anxious to know.Thanks dear in advance.Emotion: smile
I'm not taking any Arabic Course, The Sweet Desert, but believe me, I'd like to. Regarding your small favour, well, I meant "Tamar", not "tariih". I guess It gave you the headache uh, trying to decipher that "tariih" thingEmotion: smile .
Sorry again...at least you can see how "JAYYID" my arabic is. Emotion: embarrassed
By the way is there any short cut to "The Sweet Desert"? I kind of find it lengthy(no offense), when I address to you.
Ma'a salam.
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The Sweet DesertNo, I don't mean love but I mean the Sun of my great Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.These days the weather gets real hot because it's the time in which the dates get plump,brown and delicious.

I heard that the nights in Arabia are really cold, though. Is that true?