Ramblings

How I got married – Part 3

As I am curating the twitter user @weareqatar , I get some questions that aren’t easy to answer in 140 characters or less, so I’m replying here and linking there. @WeAreQatar Okay, so how did you meet your wife? — Nicola Ellegaard (@banafsaji) December 12, 2013 The long wait… Officially married, never seen her, never […]

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How I got married – Part 2

As I am curating the twitter user @weareqatar , I get some questions that aren’t easy to answer in 140 characters or less, so I’m replying here and linking there. @WeAreQatar Okay, so how did you meet your wife? — Nicola Ellegaard (@banafsaji) December 12, 2013 “The men can come” … When I heard this […]

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How I got married – Part 1

As I am curating the twitter user @weareqatar , I get some questions that aren’t easy to answer in 140 characters or less, so I’m replying here and linking there. @WeAreQatar Okay, so how did you meet your wife? — Nicola Ellegaard (@banafsaji) December 12, 2013 As I usually say, Qatari families are quite different, […]

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Questions Expats in Qatar never ask me

I usually get questions like “how many children do you have?” or “do you have any siblings?”, but I think some people may be afraid to ask the real questions… How did you meet your wife? Was your marriage arranged? When do you consider a child an adult? (it’s not by age) What happened to […]

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A typical Qatari family friday

As I am curating the twitter user @weareqatar , I get some questions that aren’t easy to answer in 140 characters or less, so I’m replying here and linking there. I got this question: @WeAreQatar What happens in a Qatari household on a typical Friday? Does the whole family gather? — Amy Bambridge (@escapetoqatar) December […]

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