Hamasat Hotel 2

Address: Alfaisalia, Imam Abdoulaziz Street, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Alfaisalia, Imam Abdoulaziz Street, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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Travel Blogs from Jeddah

Mohawk Warrior

A travel blog entry by morpheous on May 24, 2012

... friend. He’s from Britain. We talk a lot of philosophy, religion and conspiracy. I often take the role of an atheist who believes we are a product of random mutations that have led our primate bodies to evolve over a very long time. Our bodies are made of atoms scattered forth by exploding stars. There are an uncountable number of universes that pop in and out of existence constantly. We are insignificant specks of dust tucked ...

Saudi Arabia

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

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... können.

Diesen Geschmack der Freiheit wollen wir im sesshaften Leben weiter lebendig halten. Wir kennen natürlich auch das Gefühl, Opfer der Umstände zu sein. Auf diesen Irrtum wollen wir nicht länger hereinfallen. Begrenzungen in dem, was möglich ist, setzen wir uns höchstens selbst. Auch zuhause sind doch wir es, die entscheiden, wie unser Leben verläuft (oder zumindest, wie wir darauf reagieren… und das wiederum ...


A travel blog entry by wriceman on Dec 15, 2011

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... where Bedouin still live in the caves, and the town that the government built for them to move them out of the caves, but there are still approximately 30 families that still prefer to live in the caves. We camped in Little Petra that night, under a desert sky filled with stars, it was so beautiful. We spent the next day just relaxing in our room as our legs were killing us from all the climbing we had done the previous two day, I personally thought my ...

Second month--September

A travel blog entry by wriceman on Oct 04, 2011

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... here was taking longer than usual, usually it takes about 2 months to have everything complete, and right now it is closer to 4. The frustrating part is that there was nothing any of us can do to speed it up. I remember when I first got here I had many people tell me that the first thing you learn here is patience, now I understand why. Saudia Arabia has its own pace at which they do things, and it is much, ...

Water on the Eyes

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 04, 2011

... s down the rabbit hole that leads to the unknown. The strange and bizarre yet slightly familiar. The land of eternal sunshine. The summer seems like a dream now. Like one of those intense ones that stays etched in your mind long after waking up. A dream I will replay over and over and smile at the memories I’m blessed to have. Memories of good times with my family and friends.

It was a ...