Snapshots from the filming of "This is my Bahrain". With much verve, actress Eva Habermann plunges into the day's events. On the schedule: Amongst others, a visit to a royal stud and a ride in the desert to the fascinating "Tree of Life", plenty of racing action on the famous "Bahrain International Circuit" and the tasting of Arabic and international culinary specialties. But a defining theme of this episode is the history of the pearl trade. In the waters around Bahrain the most beautiful natural pearls are harvested. Eva Habermann and her team dive with locals to the shell banks and then observe the sorting and processing of the pearls. From harvest to sale as a piece of jewelry can sometimes take eight to ten years. The trade in pearls has been part of the kingdom's economy for many generations - it can still be seen today in the old town streets of Muharraq. So! Look forward to an exciting, fast-paced and "sparkling" report about the "Kingdom of the 33 Islands" in the east of the Arabian Peninsula. First airing: 26th of December 2018 at 6:30 pm.
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