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At 7:29am on October 2, 2007, Muhammad Waseem said…
AOA Adnan,

how are you? yaar tum apnay Adnan hi ho na? kafi baray baray say lag rahay ho.
At 9:24am on October 2, 2007, Kamran Khan said…
Salam bhai, kidhar ho?
At 11:59am on October 2, 2007, Mohammad Adnan Ansari said…
WS Kamran & Waseem,......

I am here same place...same job......yep definetely with time looks changed......Waseem by the way U r the same 'Waseem' who lives in Buferzone...right!!?
At 1:10pm on October 2, 2007, Muhammad Waseem said…
Sir aap nay bilkul sahi pahchaana. aap ko inaam mai water cooler milay ga. by the way what are you doing in Jeddah? Please don't say just job. we need details.
At 7:29pm on October 3, 2007, Naveed Khan said…
ASA Adnan, Good to see you here after such a long time ...
At 5:36am on October 6, 2007, Mohammad Adnan Ansari said…
Salam...guys ......I lives here in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia since last 6 years. Same job switches. Same routine all days .....go office ...come home....6 days a week.....but during Ramadan....I have a tough from zuhar to asar prayer and then from Isha to late after midnight. ......

.......Traveling to holy city of Makkah is very easy from waiting airline tickets...!!...just 25$ a and half hour travel time to go down to Baitullah...and same to come back. It needs 6 hours travel time to go to Masjid-e-Nabvi too.

I lives over here with my wife. We have a little paki communitiy in the same compound where we lives....and thats all our family over here.

By weather, Jeddah is hot. ACs are the basic necessity of life.... one or twice a year rains but it rains very jacket...or sweaters.....just blankets...yes..reason...ACs....

Most people's off-days are scheduled for visits to makkah & madinah.

With respect to amusement & enjoyment...this whole county is very dry....


by the way....Waseem...I need an electric water cooler......on which a 22 litre water cane is fit inverted...I hope u got it....
At 8:20am on October 24, 2007, Muhammad Waseem said…
Adnan bhai,
you are very close to makkan but just wondering why you have to pay in dollars to go to makkah?
and you said " jacket...or sweaters....." but why you are wearing jacket in this picture?
At 9:24am on October 26, 2007, Mohammad Adnan Ansari said…
This is the covertable dollar value of expenses in Riyals.

This picture attached is taken during my last visit to CEBIT in Hannover and there was really cold.

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