Durrah Beach Resort

Address: 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

        Pirates--and why are we in Saudi Arabia?

        A travel blog entry by newsbob on Sep 11, 2015

        9 photos

        ... We had received a letter in our stateroom assuring us that Insignia has a comprehensive security plan which involves sailing in an International Transit Corridor and remaining in constant contact with an international task force that includes U.S. and British naval forces operating under mandate from the United Nations.

        The captain emphasized that the last pirate activity occurred several years ago.

        Once in the area, ...

        Night Dive

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on May 17, 2012

        1 comment

        ... bullying issues, mark school work, teach lessons and attend workshops. I say nothing but hope for the best.

        At the beach I pay to get in and meet my friend. We gather our equipment and head to the pier where we will do a night dive. I look out into the sea. Dark. Mysterious. Open. We suit up, review procedure and then head into the water. It’s really neat to swim around with only a flashlight. The light beam looks like a light saber. We see some ...

        Saudi Arabia

        A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Mar 02, 2012

        3 comments, 1 photo

        ... blossom. The unfaithful like us have no access to the pilgrimage places of Mecca and Medina. Aside of the pilgrimage places the country isolates itself in most ways to any outside visitors. Something as simple as a tourist visa is unknown here.

        The gate way to Saudi Arabia opens only for Muslims if they are on pilgrimage and for foreigners when they come on business. The country receives so few visitors that there are not even ...

        Hurry up and wait... and wait

        A travel blog entry by staudhammer on Oct 09, 2011

        6 photos

        ... br>
        Layover: 4.5 hours.

        I visit my favorite airport food stand and I order a couple steamed meat buns and a plate of Nasi Lemak. Forget the Petronas Towers, the food is the highlight of Kuala Lumpur.

        Malaysia to Saudi Arabia: 8 hour flight.

        Saudi Arabian Airlines is very modern, clean, and comfortable but it’s definitely service without a smile. I like to see kindness on the faces of my flight attendants but I don’t feel ...

        Self Sufficiency

        A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 22, 2011

        As a new born child we are helpless. Unable to care for ourselves. Dependent on some form of caregiver be it parent, grandparent, nanny or government agency. Without we would die. These forms of support that are crucial in providing basic needs such as food, water, shelter and love might perhaps be less required as a child ages. It can be said perhaps about street kids for example, that there becomes a point where a being can survive without the caregiver. For some, it ...