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But that’s what the I was going to do that but then you told me to Norwegian shirt culture is like, even though it’s not right either not mentioning how sexist and rude this man was. I have had some really nice Saudis, too. But yeah, in general, they are a handful. My boss always sets up us female guides when getting Saudi groups, to teach them a lesson. Visit Svalbard isn’t my company, but the homepage you can find all the companies working in tourism on Svalbard. I remember reading a story about Queen Elizabeth II when a delegation was visiting England from Saudi Arabia. The delegation assumed a male driver would be escorting them around. I can imagine their facial expressions when the Queen got in the driver’s seat!!!!
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I’d love to visit but never got a chance before I ended up in a wheelchair I was going to do that but then you told me to Norwegian shirt. Aren’t any people with disabilities here as far as I’m aware. Definitely not in a wheelchair. In summer it’s a wheelchair friendly town with ramps everywhere but in winter, not so much sadly. Reminds me of the legendary story about how to deliberately make a point, the Queen decided to put her bodyguard/driver in the back seat and personally drive King Abdullah (of Saudi Arabia) as part of a state visit when on private land, just to show that women can actually drive just fine. Not really. Most people are pleasantly surprised by how many female guides we have on Svalbard and think it’s a good thing. Others don’t even notice this until somebody points it out. But sometimes you have that one douche bag that thinks a girl can’t work as well as a dude.