Saudi Arabia December 16th 2006 Riyadh & Jeddah
Busy reforming in Riyadh and getting jiggy in Jeddah, Saudi Arabians are, in their own tentative way, making the Gulf swing.
Out on the arid western edge of Riyadh, in a neighborhood inhabited by the upper echelons of the royal family, there are two buildings, each in its own way as revealing ... read more
Middle East » Saudi Arabia In 1902, ABD AL-AZIZ bin Abd al-Rahman Al Saud captured Riyadh and set out on a 30-year campaign to unify the Arabian Peninsula. A son of ABD AL-AZIZ rules the country today, and the country's Basic Law stipulates that the throne shall remain in the ... ... read more
Hola! Sorry to say, but these few entries have not been updated in quite some time and require intensive proof reading.
As for my travel adventures, they can best be surmised by an old Tibetan saying:
"The ox moves slow, but the earth is patient... "
I would assume most travelers feel the same - that no matter how often one travels, it seems like we only seen a fraction of what lies before us. Only a lifetime can satisfy a travelers thirst and only one spring at a time.
Highly interested in adventure travels to Sahara, Tibet, India, Bhutan, Nepal, Egypt, and Moroc... full info