Mada'in Saleh - Part II June 28th 2014 As soon as Davis and I arrived home we turned on my laptop and looked at the map. It was easy to tell where we had been driving as there were only a few roads crossing in the middle of the desert. Two cell towers also helped by making perfect landmarks. The road we needed to take was the only road we hadn't tried off of the badly damaged tank road.
Early morning the next day we again set off fu ... 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
Mr. David is a conglomeration of multiple nationalities and cultures as his strange accent attests to. Born in Denver, Colorado to an American mother and Puerto Rican father he has lived in New Zealand, Poland, Hungary, Afghanistan, Iraq, and all points inside of the United States of America. His modest travels have included visits to all of Western and Central Europe, Montenegro, Greece, Mexico, Russia, Jordan, Hong Kong, Romania, Slovakia, Ukraine, Turkey, Cyprus, Hawai'i, Jamaica, Canada, United Arab Emirates, and more. He currently resides in Saudi Arabia because it is somewhere new and in... full info