Retaj Residence Al Sadd
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... a once in a lifetime experience. An enormous challenge, but worth every ounce of effort and every minute of discomfort. However, I never want to be that cold ever again!!!
Even though it's sad to leave, I'm looking forward to getting home again. One of the main reasons for this trip was to push the reset button; every now and then it's good to take time to really reassess priorities, to think about how lucky we really are and reconsider all those ...
After a swim in the pool in the compound we went to explore the souk. Just about the only buildings on a human scale here in Doha. Built in the last year or so on the site of the original town it is full of little boutiques all clustered together depending upon their wares. We found the animal slightly distressing as animals were piled up like baked beans,many of which would ...
... again, albeit one who was hard to communicate with. I learnt her name (mami) and that she's a nurse. I tried telling her mami is the name of a friend noodle snack in Singapore, but she didn't get it, and was probably confused why I was pointing at her and making noodle slurping noises. I mentioned to her being a nurse is good, since if we get into a car accident (biggest risk in Jordan), she can stick an IV needle into me, to which she seemed to light up with enthusiasm. A ...
... the flight left on time, it was air conditioned, I got a meal on the way to Doha, and I had an exit row seat, so I had a little room to stretch. Qatar also let me check two bags since that is what I came out with on Etihad, so that went well.
Upon arriving at the airport in Doha, I went to grab a cup of coffee and faced my first big adjustment. I have no idea what the currency is in Qatar, but an Americano cost 13/15/17 of whatever they are for the three ...
... at least one Pizza! The Porcini e Tartufo topped with arugula was crunchy and hearty and was ultra-satisfying. QR 85 (17.00) –highly recommended!
DESSERT: I tried both the Millefoglie and the classic Tiramisu both cost QR 45 (€9.00)
Tiramisu had a tempting presentation, sugar balanced but too creamy probably lacking ladyfinger. The millefoglie though was the perfect gourmet desert. It melts in the mouth, light and refreshing.