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Contributor

Robert Draper III

Country:  Yemen

College:  Graduate of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore

Major:  English Language

Contact Information:  Rfdraper3@yahoo.com 

I am a TESOL teacher, graduate of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, and I am living and working in Yemen.  I have my Bachelor of Arts degree in English Language, and I am presently working as a TESOL teacher and a freelance journalist at the Yemen Observer.  I would like to write personal opinions about different things that expatriates have to deal with and come across while living here in Yemen.  

I will cover transportation, grocery shopping, entertainment, and then sports and recreation. Also, I would like to write some feature stories about different expatriates living and working in Yemen.  To view samples of my writing go to http://Rfdraper3.livejournal.com.

Current Location: Yemen



Medical Issues in Yemen - Typhoid, Qat, and Malaria are just a few of the health issues in Yemen

National Museum Of Yemen - There is nothing like third world love, and I sure do have it bad. Before I came to Yemen, I was told by an Egyptian man that Yemen is like taking a trip 100 years into history with some modern day technology thrown into it to make it bearable.

Medical Issues in Yemen - Typhoid, Qat, and Malaria are just a few - After stepping off the 18 hour flight that it takes to get to Yemen, one would expect a delicious cooked meal with mean well done, and the food prepared according to proper health standards, but not here in Sana"a, the capital of Yemen.

Is It the Bus or the Taxi? - Well, I chose the bus because it was, and still is, filled with greater eventful incidents. You choose your ride, but either way it's going to be a bumpy ride accompanied by near missed accidents, congested traffic, road-raged drivers, and street hustlers.

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