Elaf Jeddah Hotel
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It's almost 3pm. I can’t really think straight. I get like that at the end of the work week. Wednesdays are the end of my week. I often look forward to coming home and going for a run or drinking coffee and playing video games to de-stress. Then going to bed at 8 or 9 o’clock. My class has come around. Days have been better. I've got three months left. Hard to believe my time is almost up here. I’m a better man for it. ...
... Adam and Eve were expelled from Paradise, Eve
came to live in Jeddah and, from time to time, she visited Adam in
Makkah or in Mina. This tradition also recounts that after Eve's death,
she was buried in Jeddah, where her tomb withstood the ravages of the
ages up until only half a century ago when it could still be seen from
Bab Medina --one of the three main gates which surrounded the town up
until 1947. In that year ...
... can bet 100 pencils and 60 erasers that I'll be on a plane more often than not to see him on weekends. The CEO gave me a heads up on a new video game called Skyrim that the guys are playing. He told me it'll help me get through my time here. He was right. I downloaded the game on Friday last week and here's how it's been going:
Exercise- F$%k it.
Staying late at work to be a professional and keep on top of ...
Second week down. Challenges of working with young boys always present. The LA Woman and the Kiwi have gone off to Lebanon. I will miss their company this long weekend. Last night at the LA Woman’s house I did what I said I wouldn’t. I’ve decided to travel this year. And travel quite a bit. That said and under the words of P, I can still make some good progress on debt reduction and still travel. It will just take being mindful ...
Well I finally made it here, after 21 hours of travelling and layovers. The flight into Frankfurt was beautiful, we flew over Dusseldorf and Koln. Leaving Frankfurt we flew over Munich and the eastern end of the Alps before I finally fell asleep. When I woke up we were over the Sahara, miles of nothing but sand as far as you could see from the airplane window. I arrived in Jeddah just as the ...