Retaj Residence Al Sadd
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... to start breakfast while I get dressed for work. I catch the bus for work at 7:50am. I hide a few times a day to drink water and at 2:00pm I am heading back to the flat. It is a just another routine and not worthy of daily journaling. One important event happened today. After weeks of Dino and I fighting the building administration for the unfair treatment of our cleaning lady. The end arrived today in the form of a British Engineer who was an expert in ...
Some pictures, I know you have all seen. Some descriptions of what I have eaten, I have tried to convey, and boy have I talked about what I feel. From the weather to the sand in my mouth, "feelings" you all get up the Waa zoo. So, before I get into those forgotten senses, I need to share a memory.
Before this trip I had never been to the middle east, but I had been to Tampa. Bush Gardens ...
And so it was time to say goodbye to Jordan and make tracks for Incredible India. We set off from Amman Airport for two flights from Jordan to Delhi. We were flying with Qatar Airways, a first for us with this airline. Amman Airport was fairly new but a tad sterile with a limited number of restaurants so we just ensconced ourselves in Starbucks as we waited for our first flight to Doha where we had a brief transit stop before the second and ...
... each day as it came. The scenery was again spectacular, the villages simply gorgeous, the Sangria and tapas delicious. We loved Granada and stumbling across Calpe which provided us with the opportunity to snorkel and kayak. Then to catch up with our dear friends Sorcha and Steve in Barcelona was the cream on the cake! By the way… the best Sangria was in Granada at the little bar set into the side of the hill overlooking the Alhambra followed closely by ...
... the line again, then passed through immigration without any worry, collected our bags and headed out to find our transfer. It was nice to know we had a transfer arranged and didn't have to mess around with a taxi as all we wanted by then was a shower and bed.
Our hotel was fine. Clean with comfortable beds and as we found out not too much mosque noise. We heard prayer calls but it was not too loud. It was also just nicely warm with the heater on ...