Le Meridien Al Hada
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... with 86-percent humidity.
For once, our cabin was on the correct side of the ship, and we were able to see what was happening on the dock.
The gangway was down and an ambulance was parked alongside our ship.
Lots of people were standing around, including Saudi officials wearing their traditional white robes, Saudi military wearing sidearms, assorted other people in Western clothes, and the ship’s ...
... gave me a very vague address and so it became tougher to tell them that where i wanted to go. And for some reason they thought i had no money. Why they thought that is beyond me. Finally one nice arab fellow came, asked. E where i wanted to go and after 5 minuted we were on our way. I reached the store and the manager there whom i though was an arab was actually a afghani guy, Abdul baqi. Really nice guy. After a while irfan ( area manager in KSA) also came and since i ...
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get wind turbines to plug into your headphone jack
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... workers *****ing about us, a guy abusing his dog, cute Pakistani guy in taxi, random paedophile old granny suburbs
What we bought: junk food, free socks, £13 tickets to trampolines where we didn't even use the trampolines
What we learned: never judge a book by its cover, east Kilbride is the beauty of the north
... he'd hate me because I'm poor and didn't go to eton
Rupert Grint: he isn't masculine at all, what a horrific sight, his facial hair is a pitiful attempt, you'd do better to sellotape some pubes to your face, he looks like a little kid that eats without manners in the school canteen and has frubes
Misha Collins: not as bad as some of the others but still a weak choice in masculinity