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Travel Blogs from Jeddah

Dive Against Debris

A travel blog entry by morpheous


Seth: Hey Manny what the hell are all these monkeys doing in the water?

Manny: I dunno. Looks like they are picking up all the junk they put in the water.

Seth: Traitors.

Manny: What do you mean?

Seth: Come on Manny...Every with it fish knows these stupid monkeys turned their backs on us fish the day their ancestors decided to flop up on land and grow some legs. As far as ...

Saudi Arabia

A travel blog entry by global.nomads


... doch hinterfragen lassen. Verschwenden wir unsere Zeit? Verdienen wir uns auf Reisen überhaupt eine Daseinsberechtigung?

Ich blickte zurück in viele Arbeitssituationen, in denen sich die Mitarbeiter darüber beschwerten, was alles an der Arbeit hätte besser sein können. Sie waren vielleicht „produktiv“, aber die Energie, die sie dabei in die Welt trugen, war negativ. Unterm Strich erscheint es uns doch wesentlicher, ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman


... over there, this was as close as we were going to get. We left and headed back to Amman, where we flew back to Jeddah the next day. The trip was filled with awe inspiring sites, history, and emotions and feelings that are indescribeable, just walking the paths and roads that people had walked hundreds and thousands of years ago and yet we have the remains to remind of us of a time in history that still affects the country and the people who see it still ...

Second month--September

A travel blog entry by wriceman


... replace it. This whole scene ended with me phoning mom and totally breaking down into tears. I am so thankful to have her support, she managed to get me through my little meltdown and the call ended with me feeling much better. I find that if you do not have support from family at home as well as from the friends you make here, you would not be able to last here long, there are always quite a few who leave before ...

Water on the Eyes

A travel blog entry by morpheous

... check. I note it to Rizlan. He tells me “army falls asleep in the heat-now have air-conditioning.” We have a laugh. It feels good to laugh. And to be honest I’d rather those guys be cold and awake than overheated and asleep. First day of work tomorrow. I’m tired. Sushi on the way then I plan to read myself into a deep slumber. This is gonna be an amazing year.

Thanks for ...


This hotel, located on Palestine Street, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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