Road to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

After the rain on the way to Jeddah

After the rain on the way to Jeddah

One can’t help feel a little bit like Bob Hope and Bing Crosby when driving from Taif to Jeddah. Taif is 5,600 feet above sea level and Jeddah is a port city. Sooo…there is a long and winding road to travel on.

My colleague Bassem and I did just that on Saturday. As unbelievable as it sounds, we drove through a sand storm, a rain storm and a camel herd! Ahhh, the wonders of traveling through the dessert!

I’ve included a few pictures of what I hope you agree is the breathtaking beauty of  “The Road to Jeddah”.

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6 responses to “Road to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

  1. Thanks for sharing your adventure with us.
    Today Geo. & I are canning beets for this winter. Will save you a jar!
    lots of love coming your way.
    Jul & Geo
    xoxoxoxoxox

  2. Hi Andy Jim and I have enjoyed reading everything. The pictures are beautiful. Enjoy the adventure!

  3. An old advertisement declared: “I’d walk a mile for a Camel”. How many miles did you walk for all of those camels? Nice pics, bro.

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