Al Hamra Hotel

Palestine Street, Jeddah, 21462, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Palestine Street, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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Travel Blogs from Jeddah


A travel blog entry by morpheous on Jun 22, 2012


... in one place.

11. Exercise.

12. Be happy. That takes work. Sometimes hard work.

The Saudi chapter will close now. I’m nervous and anxious about that. My life was very structured here. Routine. That’s all going to change very soon. I’ll be starting over again. In Bali I’ll have to begin anew. Start a new life there. I’m keen to go to Scotland and even keener to put my feet on Canadian ...

Saudi Arabia

A travel blog entry by global.nomads on Mar 02, 2012

3 comments, 1 photo

... sich diese Wahrnehmung noch einmal. Der Himmel ist komplett wolkenfrei. Und trotzdem sehen wir nichts von Bangalore. Die Stadt unter uns ist gänzlich eingehüllt in einen dichten, braunen Dunstschleier. Uns tun die Millionen Menschen leid, die ihr ganzes Leben unter dieser Giftglocke verbringen…

Wir fliegen mit Saudi Arabian Airlines nach Nairobi. Unser Flieger macht 2 Zwischenstopps in Saudi Arabien. Das macht diesen Flug ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

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... the colums were massive standing 33 feet above us. We also saw the remains of a 5th Century Byzantine Church, and a Umayyad Mosque. We then toured down to the Roman Ampitheatre which was built in the 2nd Century and could hold over 5000 spectators. We climbed the stairs to the top, where we got an excellent view of the stage as well as the city center of Amman. The next morning we headed north to Jerash, which was occupied by the Romans as early as 63 BC, ...


A travel blog entry by morpheous on Oct 04, 2011

1 comment


He's a driver doesn’t have an office takes pride in his work works damn hard drives a bus keeps it in tip top shape cares about his work and is a professional drives us to school each morning and back home in the afternoon I sit up front with him we don’t say much Shogie doesn’t speak English understands some I speak couple of Arabic words like the one’s in this story:

My time machine lands in ...

Late Night Zombies (Con't)

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 04, 2011

1 comment

... building of the casino. The Costco truck still sat half smashed through the front glass of the entrance. Inside this massive building there were hoards of roaming zombies hunting down any last surviving humans. Inside were our friends. As we entered the building I could feel the heat of the morning Sun on the back of my neck. It felt good. Almost made me stop and turn around to get one last glimpse of it. But I didn’t. We entered beside the truck with The Angel of Death leading the ...