However, after living there for so many years, you get used to the things so much. You might realize it when you come back to your home that how much you are going to miss this all.
Although after returning to your home country, you are having full-on conversations with menfolk after being so accustomed to avoiding such conversations or keeping a distance mostly, it is going to be a bit complicated and awkward.
Who could tell what you are wearing under abaya? But coming back to your country where you have to get ready for the day and to find something to wear or the thought ‘what you wear’ is going to be a big deal.
3-You get irritated when you have to wait in long lines: It is an annoying thing for you to wait for your turn in the long queue. The question which comes to your mind is that why do I have to wait like everyone else? In Saudi Arabia, women are always given a preferential treatment as they don’t have to wait most of the times.
You see deep-rooted norms and culture from your home country from a different viewpoint and your preferences have changed. Unexpectedly, you’re overcome by feelings you didn’t expect.
5-Effort to stop using Arabic words: You really find it difficult to stop yourself from using Arabic words. You find yourself persistent in using the words like “Yalla” in your everyday conversations and you have to make an effort to refrain yourself every time.
The difference in prices is so hard to digest, and not only the prices are high, all high taxes are really an offensive and outrage.
7-You are always looking for that perfect shawarma sandwich taste: The perfect taste of the shawarma you only missed after you came back to your home country. Your craving for it drives you to search for it but the delicious taste you are used to, can’t be found in other shawarma sandwiches.
Though sometimes you get tired of driving and want someone to drive you around and you don’t have to deal with traffic. ( Lifein Saudiarabia )