Ramada Al Hada Hotel & Suites
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... flocking the area. Seeing the items, there seems to be a lot of spices being traded upon camels, as most of the other cities were. I've never actually seen this many camels in my life, I'm so glad we have cars in this day and age. Or even bikes, for that matter. Through Ali, I learned that he's protected by a Bedouin and Byzantium trade pact, which amazed me. It seems to be dense here due to ...
... participate in their five daily prayers. Then, when the sun sets, they travel to plains of Arafat and pray once again. Afterwards, the third step, at Muzdalifah, where male pilgrims collect pebbles and an animal is sacrificed and its meat is distributed to the poor. Finally, pilgrims will return back to Mecca, cross the hilltops of of Safa and Marwa seven times, drink from the Zam-Zam well, and then male pilgrims will use the pebbles they collected previously ...
... You have a 5 year marriage contract and then you decide whether to renew it or to move on. Pretty damn good idea I think and very easy to manage if there are no children involved. Anyways, they were renewing their vows and then having a small reception. It was a fun ceremony (not overly serious) and a good way to cap off Saudi Arabia!
Well folks, I am still in the same place but I am now down to single figures before I go, 9 to be exact! Just a bit worried about the Icelandic volcano cloud that has just returned to the sky's. Bad timing or what. That and the flooding in Memphis, omen or ...
... to rest.
We did stop at a rest area for the sunset prayers, which gave a nice break. We stopped at one of the larger chains -- Sapco. So there's a gas station, small playground, a mosque, a grocery store, a restaurant, and often small shops selling cassette tapes of religious lectures and music or small gift items and outdoor paraphenalia (like flower pots, water coolers, these funky riding toys for kids in the shape of birds, ...