Jeddah Orchid Hotel

Address: Al Madinah Road, Al Naeem Dist, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Al Madinah Road, Al Naeem Dist, Jeddah, is near Biet Nassif and Gabel Street Souq.
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Travel Blogs from Jeddah

Tag You're It.

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Mar 16, 2012

... smile at us. We set up camp. Get a fire going. Cook some food. Some of the guys smoke shisha. I don’t. I won my battle with tobacco years ago and intend to keep my victory belt by refusing to get in the ring with tobacco again even when it calls with its soothing effects. I make the rules now. I’m in control of my addictions. We talk about life, religion, philosophy and all things good. I choose to sleep in a sleeping bag ...

The Wanderers in Jeddah

A travel blog entry by dana.sojourn on Feb 23, 2012

28 photos

... The Bicycle Square.

It is also known as the Cycle of Adam which is actually a myth.

This place also marks as jeddah's main center. In every corner you will be able to find variety of branded shops and furnitures.

King's Fountain is next on my list. I personally asked our driver to bring us to that place to witness the spectacular fountain that is reputed to be the tallest fountain in the world. We reached the place ...

The Future - A New Job. The Past - Bangladesh

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Nov 25, 2011

1 comment, 87 photos

... a job (when I'm not playing games). I was supposed to have a skype interview yesterday but I did not hear from the head at the American School of Romania in Bucharest. I sat at my computer dressed in a shirt and tie, khaki pants and barefeet. The questions I will ask of my future employer were opened and neatly tucked to the left of my screen (A tip I got from James). I waited for an hour while I was itching to play ...

The Slippery Slope of the First Planned Trip

A travel blog entry by morpheous on Sep 21, 2011

... A good price. A justifiable price of 500 USD. Pleased. It’s the edge of the slippery slope. The slope where you stand atop and look downwards. The slope that drops you into adventure. November I’ll go to Durban, South Africa for some summer surf. A colleague has a daughter there that surfs as well as her boyfriend who is hunting for work and constantly surfing. I hope to meet up with them for some good times. January might land me in Bangkok in ...

First day

A travel blog entry by wriceman on Aug 03, 2011

... which they call suites, and actually I think they are bigger than what I'm living in. lol Then I went to buy a cell phone, and I totally screwed up because when I went to change the date on it I pushed the wrong button and now everything is coming up in arabic so I don't even know how to fix it, but mt buddy says we just need to find someone who can read arabic and they can fix it for me. ...