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... how you might stay entertained for half an hour (other than staring out at the burka clad shoppers wandering by). Reluctantly we took a pass and wandered to the other side of the mall and that's when we saw it!! Could it be?? We had to be careful because we were in a hot desert climate and mirages are common, but there we were standing in front of that bastion of Canadian coffee, Tim Hortons. The Filipino staff in this Arab country even knew what a 'double-double' was!! Still ...
... supposedly to walk straight in and to then have it for 24hrs rather than having to vacate at a typical 10am etc, and pay then pay for two days. This took them a long while to sort out. They did however admit that it was their fault. We finally got to our room and to bed at around 3am. Claire was beside herself by that time and ready to drop. In order to try to get our bodies a little nearer to Adelaide time, we decided that we would only sleep for 6 hours and ...
... of puberty,to fast from dawn till dusk during the month.Children,the elderly,the sick,the insane,travellers and pregnant or nursing mothers are exempt from fasting but they are required to feed at least one poor person a day during Ramadan to compensate for the fasts they have missed out on. The word "Ramadan" is derived from the Arabic Word "Ramdaa" which means intense scorching heat and dryness.It is said that Ramadan burns away sins. Non Muslims are ...
This morning we dressed with respect to Ramadan, in long sleeves and long pants. We would regret this decision as the day continued..... We were expecting to see the curtain drawn across the dining area when we came downstairs for breakfast this morning. We were told yesterday that for tourists during Ramadan, they could still eat and drink in the hotel, but privately. When we spoke to our driver, Inyayt about it being Ramadan, he replied that the moon was not seen last night, so ...
... on cushions at low tables in a kind of spoke arrangement. At the hub was a large round concrete slab. The first entertainer was just marvellous. He came out in the most elaborate and obviously heavy garment. It was brightly coloured in traditional colours. He began twirling. He twirled for fully seven or eight minutes while doing creative movements with some round patterned shields. It seemed there were two, then three, four, five as different layers were peeled off. It was a ...