Hamasat Hotel 1

Address: Al Bawadi, Ibn Taleb Street, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Al Bawadi, Ibn Taleb Street, Jeddah.
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Travel Blogs from Jeddah

Mohawk Warrior

A travel blog entry by morpheous on May 24, 2012

... the deep shadow of infinity. He takes his faith seriously. Believes firmly in Allah. We talk. I tell him often that I am playing the devil’s advocate. I speak as though I’m an atheist yet hint of my underlying spiritual views.

Yesterday I sat in the staff room sipping green tea on a free period. I felt sad knowing things would be coming to an end here and felt anxious about a new start. Sad to say good bye to ...

Saudi Arabia

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

3 comments, 1 photo

... Leben).

Wenn wir heutzutage eine Zeitung aufschlagen und die internationalen Neuigkeiten lesen, dann fühlt sich das, was wir lesen, nicht mehr weit weg und unpersönlich an. Die Orte die wir besucht haben, die Menschen, denen wir begegnet sind, leben in uns weiter. Sie sind Teil von uns geworden. Grenzen zwischen uns und „den anderen“ sind in unserer Wahrnehmung nicht mehr so scharf gezogen. So nehmen wir stärker ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

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... were going to be permanently contractured and that I would never be able to put my foot flat on the floor again, lol, but by the next day we were both well rested and walking fine again. We headed out to Wadi Rum, where we got the tour of the area, it is very much centered around Lawrence of Arabia and the time he spent there, but it was interesting, another piece of history brought to life for us. We drove north the next day towards Madaba, stopping ...

Second month--September

A travel blog entry by wriceman on Oct 04, 2011

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... than what I am used to back home. But anyway that started my month off, then I went through 3 weeks of orientation with the hospital, which was good in a lot of ways, but very boring in others and some days took longer than others to pass. I was fortunate to have spent August working on the floor so I knew that once it was over I knew what I was going back to. Still to have to sit in a class room for 8 hours a ...

Water on the Eyes

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 04, 2011

... but now I’m here in my villa. Unpacked. Settled. My driver Rizlan was right on time. After passing customs smoothly it was good to see his face. We shake hands. His smile comforts me. It’s the more than familiar. Once on the road he tells me I put on weight. He’s frank and he’s right. "That’s what a summer of booze does to a guy I guess" is what I tell him. It’s gonna take ...