So, the Muslim Holy Month of Ramadan is upon us and even though I don’t like the idea of religion deciding how you behave, versus your own good nature, I cannot deny that Ramadan does influence my life in this multi-religious tiny nation. There are some plus sides though for me, for example I get to take advantage of the cheap, massive iftar offers in many restaurants. However, there are also tough downsides most notably of which is a drop in clubbing attendance and frequency for either devout reasons, or to spend time with family.
So, I was wondering how many actually won’t be clubbing and how many will, amongst both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Last Week’s Results
It’s a shame only 10.2% of those who responded knew that ALL beaches are free. Technically and legally, they are. But sometimes, establishments encroach on the beach itself and force you to pay to get in. This is the problem the Green Party is trying to tackle, and which I will handle in detail later on this week. So, if you go to Edde Sands, it’s Edde you’re paying for, not the Sands. You can simply walk on to the clean, risk-free sand and spend your day, you just can’t go into the resort and use their facilities without paying. And whoever tells you otherwise, just flick them the finger