Travel Blogs from Qatar

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1.3 Million FB Likes, Doha, Qatar travel blog

1.3 Million FB Likes

A travel blog entry by shyam_t


... (1.7 million FB likes), I thought I'd try the other airlines that's giving SQ (< 300,000 FB likes) a run for its money - Qatar (1.3 million FB likes). The trip to Changi was a breeze. Qatar has its own limo service in Singapore - in the form of Brian ...

Ho hum, As Sayliyah, Qatar travel blog

Ho hum

A travel blog entry by javawarlord

Haven't made an entry in a while because there isn't much to tell. A couple of the guys couldn't sleep the other night so they set up the USC-60 by themselves (bummer). The network and phones are up and running so there is not much for us to do right ...

6 timer i lounge, Doha, Qatar travel blog

6 timer i lounge

A travel blog entry by jonerie


Slapper av med en goose. Fikk en liten støkk på Gardermoen; sto bak Heksa Lakris (Kristin Halvorsen) i sikkerhetskontrollen, var redd hun skulle til Philippinene hun også. Men, tror hun tok fly til Mo I Rana. ...

Islamic Art, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Islamic Art

A travel blog entry by jmoon


... free) but the private taxi took too long and we saw a taxi drop someone off. The regular taxi was half the price at only 20 Qatar riyals. We ate at the Gourmet House at the hotel. It was really good. I had a pretzel sandwich and an amazing coffee. The ...

ever landed in a country you didn't know exists?, Doha, Qatar travel blog

ever landed in a country you didn't know exists?

A travel blog entry by reecepacheco

... no idea where our stopover was until i started asking around. what i learned (from other backpackers, and the inflight magazine) is that Qatar is a small country next to Saudi Arabia, that makes its money off of oil. allegedly, they do pretty well for ...

Walk like an Oil Sheik, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Walk like an Oil Sheik

A travel blog entry by wolfsea


Early night or late evening. Your take, my guess.  Approaching Doha from the north, gives an skyline view of the city.  Massive during nightfall.   Unfortunately... The splendours came up rather quickly, so we didn't manage to ...

The Middle East - Check!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

The Middle East - Check!

A travel blog entry by pbandjgoround


... ... South Africa by way of Doha - allowing us to check off the Middle East. Our flight left Kathmandu at 7pm and arrived in Doha, Qatar at midnight. It was a 5-hour flight that we were glad to have a break from - and we were excited to be able to say that ...

AUAB, Doha, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by vinceg333

Doha during the Died ...

Qatar, Doha, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by emifaulk

Took a weekend trip to Doha, nothing special...but been there done ...

Doha, Doha, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by timstravels

Stopover in ...

Feb 18, 2013, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Feb 18, 2013

A travel blog entry by bradders81


Day 03 Doha-Bahrain-Kuwait, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Day 03 Doha-Bahrain-Kuwait

A travel blog entry by baktan

was running all the way to see the modern part of doha with raj. we had a great time at the culture center seeing the colosseum liked amphitheater and the uzbek styled medressa with 2 pigeon homes which look like the way how they were keeping the pigeons ...

The sun and sand, Doha, Qatar travel blog

The sun and sand

A travel blog entry by jacoba


Finally, I arrive in the middle east where its sunny and warm. I arrived at night so I couldn't really see much of the city but from what I did see it looked like an emerging mini-mini-Dubai. Lots of construction and tall buildings going up but on a ...

Black Angels and Pokemon, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Black Angels and Pokemon

A travel blog entry by matt_l

Flew into Doha Airport overlooking the never ending desert landscape laced with rods, and stepped off the plane into 38 degree weather, and the brightest sun you'll ever see at 5AM. I still can't hear properly, I always get that terrible ear pressure on ...

Qatar, A Million Light Years From Uganda, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Qatar, A Million Light Years From Uganda

A travel blog entry by jacandpito


... airport justice, or the culture shock we were starting to endure, but if you ever have a stopover choice I'd highly recommend flying via Qatar rather than Dubai. We only had an hour to enjoy it as our plane for Spain was awaiting us. Next stop was ...

about  qatar geo and hist, Doha, Qatar travel blog

about qatar geo and hist

A travel blog entry by afeefpk

... and Ras Abaruk, and the discovery there of pottery, flint, flint-scraper tools, and painted ceramic vessels there indicates Qatar’s connection with the Al-Ubaid civilization which flourished in the land between the Tigris and the Euphrates during ...

The flight, Doha, Qatar travel blog

The flight

A travel blog entry by joools

... this day. Watched: -The second Hunger Games movie, -American Hustle -Long Walk to Freedom -The Book Thief (some of it) -The Qatar advert to bring everyone back to basic values In summary, Katniss Everdeen had to give up her own freedom to balance the ...

On our travels again!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

On our travels again!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda


We had scarcely fallen asleep when the alarm went off at 5am.  Horrible!!  We scurried around in a daze doing last minute packing etc and left for the airport just before 6.30am.  The roads were very busy already and the M25 car park lived ...

Un oasis en el desierto, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Un oasis en el desierto

A travel blog entry by iba-jee


Nuestra segunda excusa camino de Vietnam fue parar en Doha, Qatar. Aunque solo fuese para suavizar el viaje y cenar, dormir y desayunar en tierra firme. Nos alojamos en el M÷venpick y todo respondiˇ a las expectativas: una cena y un desayuno deliciosos ...

The Pre - Detox!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

The Pre - Detox!

A travel blog entry by simb


So today I officially started my pre - detox! It involved cutting out meat, caffeine, alcohol and wheat in preparation for the big detox! Over the next few days I plan to "crowd out" eggs, which are my last animal food left! Crowding out is taking good ...

Umsteigen in Doha, Doha, Katar travel blog

Umsteigen in Doha

A travel blog entry by frasu


Beim Anflug auf Doha ging die Sonne langsam unter. der Flughafen war wie ein Lichtermeer vor uns. Als wir die klimatisierte Gangway runter gingen stieg uns langsam die 49 Grad heiße Luft in die Jeans hoch. Schnell in den auf 17 Grad gekühlten ...

People of the Middle East, Doha, Qatar travel blog

People of the Middle East

A travel blog entry by globe.trotter

... even a 0.1 % unemployment rate here. Its like they have more money then they know what to do with. My husband works here in Qatar and has a little different view. He thinks they are more on the demanding side and do have a unofficial caste system, i don't ...

Katar, Doha, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by jamil17


Katar hat laut Airline Info das hoechste pro Kopf einkommen der Welt! So trafen wir nach ca. 6 Stunden Flug nach netten gespraechen mit meinem Sitznachbarn, einem philippinischen Businessman im naechtlichen Doha an. 40 grad Celsius inbegriffen. Auch der ...

A Whole Cooked Camel for only Riyal 1,500, Doha, Qatar travel blog

A Whole Cooked Camel for only Riyal 1,500

A travel blog entry by janeben

Met Dad & Irene in Doha (after a transit in Dubai). Settled in to Dad's house at Beverley Hills Gardens and went for a quick lunch at The Villagio.  Still had the wing closed after the fire and the crŔche accident but otherwise full of ...

Mint Lemonade, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Mint Lemonade

A travel blog entry by janeben

A day spent sightseeing around Doha with Dad & Irene.  First stop a drive around The Corniche and through the city centre. The Corniche is a paved promenade which runs the length of the vast Doha Bay.  Gives a totally relaxing ...

Barzan, Umm Salal Mohammed, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by neelsk


Bazran is an old fort in the town of Umm Salal Mohammed.  One of the main attractions (well, actually the ONLY attraction) of this little town, is Bazran, an old fort.  The architecture is typical arabic as you can see here ...

Excursions and Excitement, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Excursions and Excitement

A travel blog entry by oneofthefools


... of trees. After a bit of driving around one town and discovering that the old road was blocked by construction (which there is everywhere in Qatar), we found another place to go near the water. It was more of a marsh, not a beach, and the low tide left ...

Drinkies!, Doha, Qatar travel blog


A travel blog entry by victoriajayne


... . I don't have to teach PE, Music, French, Arabic (which is good as I don't speak any Arabic!), Islamic Studies or History of Qatar, but I do have to cover citizenship instead of Islamic studies. It's a shame that the children in the Arabic class using my ...

Home we go..., Doha, Qatar travel blog

Home we go...

A travel blog entry by leonajim


... 7.30 flight. The Turkish Airlines desk had a bit of a problem with us because they had no record of our connecting flight with Qatar (not sure why they should though). Finally she had us checked in right through to Perth - bags too.  We found it ...

Dumbfounded in Doha, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Dumbfounded in Doha

A travel blog entry by oneofthefools


... that came out told me that it was for horses. We kept talking for a bit, and he eventually started talking about the Qatar foundation, the funding behind everything. He said that although they have so much money, that the guards are contracted out, and ...

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