Address: Palestine Street, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Palestine Street, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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A travel blog entry by morpheous on Jun 22, 2012


... but the more I see and learn about this planet and the people on it, the more I believe in a good benevolent force that wants the best for all of us even though a handful of our species run around and cause grief and strife for the less fortunate with war, financial enslavement, bullying and aggression.

It’s time to say good bye. Glad I made it. Thanks Saudi you’ve been grand. I will never forget you.

Thanks For Reading ...

Saudi Arabia

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

3 comments, 1 photo

... Richtung verneigt.

Unser Flugzeug hat den Schriftzug „God bless you" (Gott segne Dich) auflackiert bekommen. Nach den obligatorischen Sicherheitshinweisen vor dem Start wird auf den Bildschirmen Mohammeds Reisesegen ausgestrahlt, leider ohne englische Übersetzung. Aber auch so konnte uns die gewollt erzeugte Atmosphäre des Heiligen und Gottesfürchtigen nicht entgehen.

Im Landeanflug auf die saudische Stadt ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

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... and Isreal were in conflict years ago land mines had been placed all over the area and that only about 80% had been recovered, so we did not want to venture of any of the paths. We arrived at the site which is now dried up as the Jordan River is not nearly the size it had once been, and saw the stone stairs that led down to where the water level would have been. To stand there and look down upon the site was an incredible experience, it was as if history ...


A travel blog entry by morpheous on Oct 04, 2011

1 comment

... I mean water. They give us some of their precious and limited water supply.

I thank them with ‘shokran.’ And then we make our way back to the time machine with their guidance. My traveling companion and I set out once again to a time tens of thousands of years in the future to a place where a species exists on an unknown planet in a tidy pocket of the far reaches of the known universe. A species that has no mouth ...

Into the Sea

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 08, 2011

... Ali was our dive master for the day. It’s always a good day when Ali is your dive master. He’s a stout Indian. I have complete trust in him. Last year he took me on a discovery dive. What I thought would be a dive a meter or so under the surface of the water turned into a 40 minute dive at 10 meters. My first real diving experience. One that initially made me **** scared.

We dove the wreck. Ali took our group of 7 or so divers around it and then under it in ...