Heisham photographs some fishermen's catch
Heisham of course is over the moon at being able to finally get out of here. He has had enough of Dubai and who can blame him. I imagine that having to deal with the local bureaucracies and what nots can take it's toll on you pretty fast. First it was Beaver and now Heisham. And Heisham and Beaver will almost be office neighbours although Beaver is with Barclays.
Heisham (and Beaver) were instrumental in my well being during my early days here in Dubai. I have to admit that having Heisham live 300m down the road from me has been a real blessing. When I didn't have a driving license yet, having Heisham live 300m away was a God send. It made participating in our frequent outings that much easier and if I dare say, less guilt free, (apart from say having to drive across town to pick me up). I am glad to say that I am now able to repay him for all the favours.
Heisham's last day in Dubai is the 4th of March. I would have left for home by then on the 23rd February and Heisham will be shacking up at my empty place. Once heisham is gone, that will leave only Kamar and Shireen left here in Dubai.