Issham Hotel

Address: Corniche Rd, Jeddah, 11584, Saudi Arabia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Corniche Rd, Jeddah, is near Balad, Bicycle Square (Midan Addarajah), and Makkah Gate.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Issham Hotel Jeddah

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Travel Blogs from Jeddah


A travel blog entry by morpheous on Jun 22, 2012


In January 2010 I got a phone call from a woman who wanted to offer me a job in Saudi Arabia. I put much thought to it. Rolled it over several times in my mind in that small cozy Korean apartment in the middle of a mild Korean winter. Considered and contemplated. Swayed back and forth. It would be two years of my life after all. After a few phone calls back and forth I decided that the woman was a bit too pushy and politely declined the job offer. ...

Sgt. Binks

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 21, 2012

... knocked out of the tournament early. I had a slight nervous breakdown to be honest. A few of us did that tourney. Season ending in defeat when it should have been victory. My coaches knew it and sat with me in the room. Me lost in mind. Wallowing in defeat. After they talked with me I moved rooms with some of the other guys that were out. Sgt. Binks, Igali, Mess and Dennis still had a tournament to win and ...

Job Hunting

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Jan 18, 2012

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These last two weeks have been hectic. Loads of administrative duties and I’ve been struggling with my class. So hard in fact I thought about leaving education so I sent that email to Jim Whittle. My records were still there at Algonquin. I’d get back in easy. I’d return home. It would be good. It’s ok to change careers. Changing careers many times is the norm for some these days. This time I would ‘finish the ...

Why I Teach

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Oct 12, 2011

... down in the dumps...having a horrible day...questioning why I do what I do...pushed to the frayed ends of sanity) when a parent of a student I had last year seeks me out in the hallway (as I frantically try to mark all my books, stay atop mounds of administrative duties and keep a smile on my face) and holds out his hand, looks at me with warmth and says "Thank you for all you did for my son last year." I teach because I get moments like today when I can play basketball ...

Late Night Zombies (Con't)

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 04, 2011

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... black. Within minutes I was on the roof. There stood the G Man and what I saw next was surprising.

Beside the G Man stood a young woman. She was dressed in black combat fatigues. Hair tucked under a cap. In her right hand was a sophisticated rifle that made the shot guns we had been using over the last couple of days look like dollar store replicas.

“Bonjour.” She held out her hand with elegance. I took it and said “Merci.” This ...