Al Saha Hotel
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... There is a large paddle and tennis balls, a bit like tennis only smaller scaled.
We tried playing and actually liked it. So much better than walking as we are moving around and having more fun.
We took our last memory class and it was how to remember names. We will try this, but not hoping for much.
... dress of any color, and cover their heads. For the next six days, all outward differences among pilgrims are diminished.
2. Tawaf Al-Quddum (arrival) at the Holy Masjid before Hajj
Between your arrival in Makkah and the eighth of Dhul Hijjah, pilgrims walk seven times counterclockwise around the Kabah. This circumambulation, which expresses the centrality of G’d in life, is called Tawaf. This is the ...
... by a scout helicopter would pass on both sides of our ship. We stood on our balcony to watch the naval ship and photographed the helicopter as it landed on the ship. JoRina recalled, that a lector stated, several pirate boats were seen behind our ship yesterday. We were uncertain if the report was accurate or not.
At 10AM I met with Thomas in the Queens room to ...
... streets and cafes. The women in Jordan need not cover their heads and do not have to wear an abaya (the long black long-sleeve dress). Amman is full of wonderful hotels, i.e., The Four Seasons, Sheraton, and amazing others. It also has more than enough fast food American junk food – McD's, Burger King, KFC,, Pizza Hut, Fridays… too much. We never knew when the recruiter would call and tell us to head to Saudi, so ...
Thursday 4 December Drifting, Red Sea N 25° 48.2' E 35° 23.9' The clocks having gone back again, and the ship's motion being different, I awoke to see dawn from my window. I got up early enough to do my walk before breakfast, so the deck was unencumbered by paint, but I spent ...