Travel Blogs from Qatar

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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

Barzan

A travel blog entry by neelsk

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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 ...

Feeling Sick, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Feeling Sick

A travel blog entry by luarzepol

We are both sick now. They call it Desert Cough, but I am just having a hard time breathing, talking and swallowing. Dino is about the same as well. We wanted to visit the Islamic museum today, I guess we are going to stay home watch our crappy two ...

Excursions and Excitement, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Excursions and Excitement

A travel blog entry by oneofthefools

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... 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

Drinkies!

A travel blog entry by victoriajayne

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... . 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 ...

Dumbfounded in Doha, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Dumbfounded in Doha

A travel blog entry by oneofthefools

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... 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 ...

Počasi proti domu, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Počasi proti domu

A travel blog entry by mi3ha

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Danes ponoči je ravno v moji sobi potekal MotoGP in to okoli moje glave (beri:komarji), tako sem se okoli 3h zbudil in pričel lomastiti, petnajst sem jih dobil (10:15 piki:jaz). Zjutraj zbašem še zadnje cunje v nahrbtnik, pojem zadnjo ...

São Paulo -> Kathmandu via Doha, Doha, Qatar travel blog

São Paulo -> Kathmandu via Doha

A travel blog entry by emakyama

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A Asia fica longe, muito longe. O itinerário menos penoso é através de Doha, pela Qatar Airways. Ainda assim, tivemos que esperar 9 horas na conexão. Verifiquem antes de sair do Brasil se compensa já esquematizar um hotel para dormir em Doha. Nós ...

Ooh, Shiny!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Ooh, Shiny!

A travel blog entry by lochlanjw

Driving from the airport along the corniche to Doha's diplomatic quarter during the evening, you could be forgiven for thinking you have arrived not just in another country but on another planet. Neon blue buildings glitter in the distant haze, ...

Doha to London, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Doha to London

A travel blog entry by tomodea

Doha to London - Qatar QR11, Boeing 777-300ER - Seats 2A & 2B ...

At Doha airport..., Doha, Qatar travel blog

At Doha airport...

A travel blog entry by sw19mike

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.. to change planes. Thousands of people queueing for "transfer screening". But as our bags are checked through to Bangkok we can't miss the next leg .. can ...

Dukhan, Dukhan, Qatar travel blog

Dukhan

A travel blog entry by philip.hamblin

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I was up early for my taxi to Heathrow Airport. It was quite exciting as I was going on my first site work trip in Qatar, a country that I had never been to before. I was also quite excited as it was my first trip on an Emirates airbus A380. I'm quite a ...

Doha, Qatar, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Doha, Qatar

A travel blog entry by pabloyvero

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V. pues son las cinco de la mañana y hace solazo en Doha!hemos dormido en unas sillas cómodas tipo tumbonas con mantita y todo!Son ocho horas de escala pero en un par de horitas nos vamos para Bangok!el viaje se nos ha pasado volandoooo jajaja noshan ...

Doha - wow!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Doha - wow!

A travel blog entry by geoffnkaye

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... and less hassle, and both of us had a real sense of excitement - were we really going to be travelling for nearly 5 months?. Qatar airlines were great to fly with. The business class was a real treat, and we enjoyed a celebratory glass of champagne before ...

No sign of the Doha Camels!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

No sign of the Doha Camels!

A travel blog entry by simonandamanda

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After a reasonably comfortable night we enjoyed a lovely buffet breakfast in a restaurant which was surprisingly well appointed, very modern and nice. The waiters were also very pleasant and we enjoyed our meal.  With only one day to look ...

Flight to Qatar, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Flight to Qatar

A travel blog entry by mardi2013

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The flight was alright, about as comfortable as a 14 hour flight can be; I got a bit of numb butt, but it wasn't too bad. The couple next to me were Italian so I felt pretty comfy just following them once we got to the airport. The airport was a bit ...

Thanksgiving, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Thanksgiving

A travel blog entry by tpuckett

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We just had probably, hands down, the best Thanksgiving meal I have ever eaten. I might have had better turkeys when I deep fried it, but never had so many other great dishes. They were all exceptional. We had great friends over which also made it very ...

Le chantier, Al Khor, Qatar travel blog

Le chantier

A travel blog entry by ludo.mart

Le plus gros chantier au monde! ...

lots of sand, Al udeid air base, Qatar travel blog

lots of sand

A travel blog entry by paulb5

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lots and lots of ...

Exit Visa, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Exit Visa

A travel blog entry by globe.trotter

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... weekend. Well thats what we thought! When we got to the Passport check out we found out something very important. If you come to Qatar on a buisness visa (sponsored by whomever you are working for) and you stay for over 30 days they need to get you an ...

Day 1, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Day 1

A travel blog entry by gina.denbow

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My day began with a huge buffet spread breakfast at the Holiday Villa Hotel.  It included the regulars; eggs, pancakes,fried potatoes, pastries and fruit, but also rices, salad, meats and dessert.  It was quite a spread.   Once breakfast ...

Hot,hot,hotter !, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Hot,hot,hotter !

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41

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... nbsp;arrival and by credit card only - 100 rials per person, very quick and easy. The food and service was excellent , really recommend Qatar Airlines and Doha. When we arrived ( 38 degrees in the evening) we took a taxi just 28 Rials about £5.50 and ...

Qatar..., Doha, Qatar travel blog

Qatar...

A travel blog entry by petitbeurreke

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... een 'executive' room gegeven. Ik vind dat niet erg, maar ik ben dan ook niet moeilijk natuurlijk.   Mijn collega die Qatar in zijn territory heeft, had gevraagd mee naar deze klant te gaan en hij heeft me dan uitgenodigd voor 't eten 's avonds ...

Čakanje na letališču, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Čakanje na letališču

A travel blog entry by mi3ha

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Okoli mene nindže in strici, ki lahko kupijo Zlatka, Srečkota, Šmarno in Pohorje. Šenkan WiFi in ograjeni čistilci edina zadeva, ki me zabava.In ja, zakaj so za ograjo?Nevarni mi ne izgledajo, tla pa drgnejo, kot bi  ...

Waiting for my love, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Waiting for my love

A travel blog entry by carpefeline

    My husband has been working rotational in Nigeria for over a year now.  That means he travels to Nigeria (on our time), works 28 days straight (sunday through Sunday), about 10 to 12 hours a day.  Then he travels to ...

Twiddling thumbs for 13 hours, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Twiddling thumbs for 13 hours

A travel blog entry by bfc1980

Airside at Doha Airport is probably one the smallest I've ever seen. It's even smaller than Liverpool airport and I wouldn't be surprised if it was smaller than Blackpool. Surprising when you think how many people have to change planes here. We landed ...

A neccessary outing, Doha, Qatar travel blog

A neccessary outing

A travel blog entry by luarzepol

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Went to eat Lebanese food with a co-worker, who picked us up at the Apartment and brought us back after Dinner.  As a fitting exchange of culture, we had him and his wife come back to our room and made them Cuban coffee. Yes, they loved it. ...

Just a transfer.. but the heat!!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Just a transfer.. but the heat!!

A travel blog entry by wanderinghogg

I stepped off the plane and thought I was in a sauna... 33 degrees at midnight! Very sticky! ...

Adventure Highlights in Doha - Add Some Adrenaline, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Adventure Highlights in Doha - Add Some Adrenaline

A travel blog entry by catalinaforbes

... to enjoy it for an entire afternoon with your friends or family if you have the right professional guidance.   Go spelunking Qatar has a massive selection of caves. Some of these even have fresh water springs inside and make for a truly fascinating ...

Half way across the world!, Doha, Qatar travel blog

Half way across the world!

A travel blog entry by joshuauster

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Our accommodations were first rate in Doha. We did not stay downtown, but rather near the man made island called the Pearl. This is an upscale shopping, dining and living area. Beautiful condos dot the horizon. Our hotel was a short drive down the road ...

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