Al Azhar Hotel
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Why are we suddenly in Jeddah?
Saudi Arabia was never on the itinerary for this cruise.
But here we are, at 3 a.m., standing on our balcony, looking at the port of Jeddah.
The answer begins with a public address announcement by the captain the previous evening, just as the entertainment was about to begin.
"We have a medical emergency," he said. “We need to evacuate the person, and the nearest port ...
Booked a flight with some guys from work a few weeks ago. We would be travelling to Bahrain. It was cheaper to fly into a Saudi city call Dammam which is on the Persian Gulf and then rent a car and drive across a bridge to the Island Kingdom of Bahrain. Our reason: the liberal life offered in Bahrain. Translated: You can drink there. Our flight was delayed on the Wednesday night we would be flying out. After close to a two hour wait at the ...
... train takes us from Chennai to Bangalore, the great IT center of the country. Bangalore`s streets are completely clogged with cars. The air is so thick you can cut it with a knife. We are glad that we have to breath in the poisonous cocktail for only one day. With every inhalation you can sense that there is too little oxygen and too much CO2 in the air. When our plane takes off the next afternoon this impression is once again confirmed. ...
... she was worth it. Looking back provides a myriad of different evaluations of my efforts to return. They say hindsight is 20/20 but that’s selling short the alternative possibilities of unforeseen sadness and elation. People like to revel in the idea that they can grasp the enormity of an alternative decision’s fallout. Assurance of clarity concerning my own hindsight is typically fueled by naivety or arrogance—often both. I lack the omniscience to ...
... to say not guaranteed any job security but I don’t think I ever really had it here or anywhere for that matter. I have no union protection and will not for the rest of my teaching career as long as it remains overseas. I have to admit it’s both exciting and refreshing to be jobless. Now I can hunt. I like hunting. Now I hunt with two schools and five years of teaching under my belt.
I like making decisions. I’m hunting for a new job. ...