Durrah Beach Resort

Red Sea Coastline, Jeddah, 21411, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Red Sea Coastline, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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    Travel Blogs from Jeddah

    Where has that been hiding?

    A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 16, 2014

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    ... flat and smooth, we are not complaining but it is amazing how lucky we have been on this voyage so far anyway. I have seen at least two dolphins today and countless flying fish not forgetting the most enormous cargo ships. Martin has had his nose stuck in a book and missed it all. So to the pirate update, since we left the coalition protected zone we have been zipping along at around 20 knots as there have been no successful boarding attempts by pirates ...

    Day Dreaming of Nightmares

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 31, 2012

    ... smoothly creeping back on my head. My shaved head has earned me the nickname Buddha teacher by a bunch of seven year old Korean kids.

    So there I was. This guy started to push me in that circle; his buddies waiting for me to react. Me, I was still trying to smile. To diffuse the situation before someone got hurt. And reflecting on the ratio of his gang to well me, it was going to be me that got hurt. I knew they were just waiting to pounce. ...


    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 09, 2012

    ... Rizlan to cancel the ride. I get to the airport with just enough time to check in, drink some water, listen to some tunes and read for 15 minutes before boarding. Then I’m on my way to meet Tony In Riyadh.

    Riyadh is slightly off center of the Arabian Peninsula. It sits atop an arid plateau. It’s a city of some six million. And the capital of the Kingdom. Once my plane touches down I make way to get my bag and find Tony. He’s ...


    A travel blog entry by wriceman on Nov 06, 2011

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    ... the bugs come out as it does, but its still warm enough to go to the beach everyday, and the sun is always shining, so it does have its positives. The one thing I find I do miss is the colors of nature, the greens of trees and grass, the leaves on the trees, the different colors of dirt, and even the white of snow, although I am not going to miss the -30's and the shovelling. lol Here everywhere you look is the tan color of sand, although I have ...

    Battle Scars

    A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 15, 2011

    ... us understand love. I struggle with my insignificance.

    I asked the G Man one night about those lyrics and the subsequent connection I have made between them and the theoretical physics I have been studying. We were getting drunk. In his wisdom the G Man first stated that he believes it will be a ‘big crunch’ and promptly after, he spoke of how to give meaning to life. That what he said was:

    "Life is about helping people; about being a good ...