InterContinental Hotel Jeddah
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... out ... But I'm always too organised and timely. The announcements were mostly bilingual with English as well and I was checking the board every 5 minutes which was why I was surprised to hear 'Ms Amy ... Come to board.' It couldn't be? They hadn't announced it was boarding yet. Checked the screen and ... FREAKING YES. IM THAT ANNOYING LATE PERSON. AT LAST. And then the check in guy was giving me attitude like 'Why are you ...
First day back after vacation....there I was on a free period...1pm staff room daydreaming of times past...clear as the night it happened...
Her name was Melissa. She was a go-go dancer at a club we used to go to. She was hot. She was into me I think. One winter night I found myself out behind a club with Melissa. We were kissing in the cold and the heat from our bodies was rising up and floating all around us soothing away that ...
... I want to tell him it’s for shooting any hammer heads that get too close but I don’t. He says “Country?” "Canada." He doesn’t look impressed. I wonder if they’ll take me in their truck. Locked up abroad. They wave me off. I’m thankful for the warning. I sleep in the truck waiting for the others.
Back at our camp we eat. Later we go out into the sea at our camp. There are some white caps ...
October was a month of discoveries, routine, and homesickness. I have settled into a routine that revolves around my work schedule, which it does for most people. Thankfully work is going great and the staff that I work with are wonderful, although we still have times where someone says something that is totally unknown to the rest. I have become convinced that the English have the craziest words to describe things, like who else would call making ...
... There is a pause. The man sips the whiskey. “I see a good man. I see a man who has not sold out to the corporate **** bags who’ve allowed their tin ******* soldiers to take away jobs from good hard working men. Men like you an’ me buddy.”
It’s the weekend starting last night. Lots of coffee fuelled writing today I hope. Perhaps in between a run or two.
Thanks for ...