Retaj Residence Al Sadd
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... could be interesting. Also learnt what Galangal is, its something that is a member of the ginger family. Looks pretty much identical but doesnt have that same smell. This is what i love about the shops over here. They have EVERYTHING. If this was back home you would of never got it in the likes of Tesco and would maybe only be lucky to get it in the chinese supermarket. If i was to move over this way id be in my element but probably also in my overdraft. Green curry Gym Chili in my ...
... a change. There were people everywhere, including lots of children with their parents. There did not look to be a lot of tourists. We looked at the falcons for sale, noticed the falcon hospital next to our hotel, Al Jasra, wandered through the narrow alleyways full of stalls of all descriptions, including several stalls selling small birds. We wandered through the gold souk and even bought a gold necklace chain for Ruth.
... for unrelated men and women to interact in this culture. This kind expression will not be forgotten. I take a taxi home after work everyday, it's safer than walking and I haven't totally decided I will ever drive here. These rides have prompted me to meet drivers from diverse backgrounds. I must admit that my favorite thus far has been the guy from Kenya. He plays the best music and I am reminded of the islands and the mix of cultures there. Til next ...
After my last momos at Yogesh's (also the title of my memoir/movie of my life) my volunteer family seeing me off and the most amazing views of the mountains, I finally left Nepal. The flight was uneventful (thank goodness) and I knew that reverse culture shock would set in at some point I didn't realize it would happen so soon. The next few entries about England will consist of me marveling about the most mundane ...
... thus anyone present is able to see and feel part of this interactive experience that takes place behind the benches.
Some of these dishes are the Dim Sum, the Fuul Iskandarani, Egg pull noodles, the Masala dosa, the Sambar which is a spicy Indian Lentil stew, the Ratatouille and several more!