Al Bustan Hotel Jeddah
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... would turn off all non-essential exterior lighting, and we were asked to keep our cabin curtains drawn at night.
Furthermore, we were told we needed to participate in a security drill to prepare us in case the ship needed to perform zigzag maneuvers.
This involved sitting on the floor in the hallway outside our cabin, to avoid falling from the violent back and forth movements. For the drill, virtual sitting was ...
... and some fish there. Once out deeper into the darkness we hold the flash lights to our bodies and block out the light, then we wave our hands and the tiny plankton light up in phosphorescent beauty. Later my friend tells me to always look at the sea when flying close to it at night. If you see lots of light in the water then it’s most likely a whale or shark swimming around. We swim around and explore. I often shine my light out into the depths and wonder ...
... travel guides in print. Even Lonely Planet has nothing on offer. It feels like there is an iron curtain around this country…
At our second stopover in the city of Jeddah we have a 7 hour layover. We roam about the airport building. There is huge duty free shop that sells, as usual, a large variety of things but here you find some different items. We find a corner full of various kinds of dates. It almost seems to be a ...
... I’m owed anything. That being said, conversely I don’t feel as though I was owed the complacent, irritated, huffs of the beautiful attendants when talking to me. I got my fill of that in college.
Layover: 11 hours.
Never before have I been more uncomfortable in an airport. If Saudi Arabian airlines wants to compete with other major international carriers, they seriously need to invest in updating their accommodations. I suggest, at ...
... early on in childhood. Like that little girl who did dishes while her mother raged as my partner and I tried to calm her after she had been assaulted. This child showed signs of self sufficiency as her mother screamed of rallying men of darkness to kill her assailant while she waved a large butcher knife in her hand a meter from my face. I was there in that moment, deep in that city of Vancouver trying to calm the world. It was that moment that brought tears to my eyes as ...