First view after we left the airport. I liked the birds.
Bahrain is a very passive country, there are many cultures and religions reflected in the democratic atmosphere of the cities, and you would feel at ease to be your self. It has many places to enjoy, watch and have fun with friends such as sea sports, beaches, coffee shops; restaurants, cinema, exhibitions, tall buildings and bars, there are few historical places to visit too. Taxi drivers usually charge way much than what it should so it is better and cheaper to rent a car. They have mosques and churches so every one has the right to practice religion their way. The new rule in that all restaurants and coffee shops to close at 2 am, they use to be open till 3 or 4 am. They have shopping malls where you find all trade marks also local shops. The over all view of it is very pleasant
Bahrain museum located in Manama city it introduces the Dilmun burial mounds and the life size recreation of traditional life in Bahrain. It was opened in 1988. Both Arabic and English language are used inside the exhibition. The museum fee is very low; they only charge 200 fils which's less than a dollar.
On the left side of the museum, there's the heritage village, need to see it among modren life.
I wish I had enough time to explore this beautiful country, hopefully in the future.