Moevenpick Hotel Al Khobar
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- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... in a weekend, so we set off. The drive was a four hour ordeal that didn't include any bathroom stops. Enough said. The highway was three lanes each way. The outside lane was for trucks (of which there was a steady stream), the second lane was for cars and the inside lane was for the 'crazies" (labelled so because of the speed which they passed by). We were travelling 120kph, the crazies would zoom by at any speed. If you were caught in ...
... just ridden past for a few seconds!!! I thought the flying nun had just gone past. On that note I also find it very weird seeing a lady in a full face covering driving a car around camp......and yet dark window tinting is not allowed......
Missing; I miss the freedom of wearing shorts and a t-shirt and just going in public and polite men, yes men in Australia even those with mullets wouldn't dare to lear like they do over here......they would get punched.
... imagination, but let’s just say I am sure I’ll receive a hotel surcharge for a toilet bowl that is now clearly beyond salvaging haha
My first appointment was at St. Christopher’s School, which totally shocked me when I got there. More than half the kids were white blond kids you could find anywhere in suburbia. Perfect English skills, primarily British, with one of the most elite systems of higher education in the country. When I arrived, I met with the head ...
... s largest assortment of tacky gifts being thrust upon us, with the standout having to be the alarm clock in the shape of a mosque that plays the call to prayer at wake-up time.
I caught up with my friend when he finished work, I hadn't actually seen him for over four years, but I love the randomness of that about travel, catching up with people from the past. We headed out for shisha and cocktails, was so much fun but unfortunately decided ...
... 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 ...