Moevenpick Hotel Al Khobar
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... so I told her I was totally respectful of that and put my hand to my heart and gave a slight bow. It was lovely. The best part was that Maryam said I am the most passionate visitor they’ve ever had. She said the guy from the day before bored them to death. She said my style makes them BOTH want to enroll. And again this reinforces that it’s about relationships, connection and a little bit of laughter. I am getting so much out of the cross-cultural connections and also ...
... I didn’t realize how lucky I was. In Saudi, all meat is Halal and mostly imported via the live export trade, all chickens are kept in cages and I don’t want to know how milk is produced. Seafood seems local and abundant, but I don’t know how it is caught. A lot of imported snacks like chips etc have MSG added. I have had to learn to cook in a different style, still learning on this one.
Equality for women is one of those issues that I could go ...
... now & has 2 children, so we were looking forward to meeting his wife Robyn.
Pat & the driver took us straight to our new home in Dhahran compound. We are very pleased with the house we have been allocated & now it really feels like home, even without our own belongings around us. Still waiting on our air & sea shipments. The house is very spacious & has a very large back yard for us to relax in & ...
... be described as amazing. There is a
seperate kids pool and a jacuzzi close to the main pool. All of it being temperature controlled and huge.
By the poolside is Waikiki the pool side bar for those who'd like to enjoy a drink while they swim. And for those who dont want to swim but just spend a little private time with friends or the 'special friends' the hotel has a couple of Gazebos.
Not just the swimming ...
... I should do rather than what I would love to do. In theory, I have spent almost half of lifespan walking the path of my own life but only within the boundaries of what is defined to be acceptable by the others, and racing after what others would expect me to achieve or become, rather than to achieve my own goals, dreams and vision of who I am as a person.
10 years have passed by since I have started climbing that renowned career ladder as a full time employee, and I ...