Jeddah Hilton Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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I'm in Africa! LOL JK APRIL FOOLS. I'm in Saudi Arabia ... After a journey to singapore that took 3 times the expected time I crashed and headed the next day to the wonderful Changi for my flight to Kenya via Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Being a Saudi airline there were little differences about my flight, like having a prayer read before heading off (Mohammed, peace be upon him ...), having a dress code, all of the in-flight TV had ...
... into even more of a frenzy than we were already in. The energy manifested into raw happiness that seemed to climax with a one-nil win for Al Ittihad. Some of the fans we sat with were very friendly. One guy spoke of how difficult life can be for a Saudi Muslim when visiting the US. Another guy I spoke with planned to study in Canada. I told him ...
... away. As it should. The better reef is still 500 meters out into the deep sea. We don’t go out into the deep because of the rough seas. Can’t see what’s below or ahead. Might miss the reef entirely. Might miss a hungry big fish swimming up from underneath us.
After about 2 hours I let the guys know I’m heading to shore. Freezing. My core temperature has dropped significantly. I swim in. Some parts of ...
We lived in Jeddah Saudi Arabia a little over two years in 1991-1993. It was quite an experience, especially for my wife who was one of the first female engineers working in Saudi for her company. We learned to scuba dive in Jeddah ...
... me a double.”
Hesitation on the end of the bartender causes the man to fester. Causes his anger to boil to rage. His fists tighten. The bartender knows better. Violence in his bar will result in its closure. Violence will result in a loss of his business. A loss of income. A loss of livelihood. He serves the double to keep the peace.
“Thanks.” The man says with the kindness ...