InterContinental Hotel Jeddah
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- Minbar in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... things cool off. The Corniche is a built up walkway 35 km long along the shore of the Red Sea. It is an open air art museum and sculptures of all sort line the walk. There aren't any signs or descriptions so one must use their imaginations. I included a bunch of photos you can scroll through quickly. There was a working port on one side and a small bay where we found our fountain. The Jeddah Fountain is listed in the Guinness Records as the tallest fountain ...
On The Middle East: Israel and Iran are hanging out their cocks to see who is bigger. I just hope that they realize it's the motion of the ocean that matters before they start ******* nuclear urine on each others shoes.
On Wealth: Having 100,000.00 in a developing nation is like having 1,000,000.00 in a developed nation.
On Material Things: Me and two bags of stuff. That's what I want to have. Maybe a surfboard and motorcycle added in for flavor.
... br> This taste of freedom we would like to keep alive in us also in a more settled lifestyle. Of course we are also familiar with being the victims of circumstances. But this mistaken perception is something we would like to let go of. Limitations in what is possible are only created within ourselves. Even at home it is us that make the decisions of how our life unfolds. (or at the very least how we react to what is happening…which ...
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When I was in Mrs. Roberts’ seventh grade social studies class, a young veteran of the first Iraq war, came to talk to us and an odd fact took root in my mind concerning the offensive nature of showing the bottom of your foot to people in the Middle East. In search of the smallest amount of comfort, I so wanted to cross my legs. I looked around and saw no other people crossing their legs so I followed suit and kept my feet to the floor.
... adviser and financier for my own self. Yes I have the wisdom of guys like Freud and Plato, Hawking and Susskind, Darwin and Dawkins, Pearl Jam and AC/DC, Jones, McKay and Price, my friends, Buddha and my loving family to guide me in my day to day life. As I think forward to the future I reflect on the coming latter stages of my life. The stages where an aging adult has the support of their children. At 36 I do not have children. At 36 I may be at the tipping point ...