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Sadly the time had come to farewell Europe- just for now! Again, we had a great breakfast with Slim and Anne. We were really enjoying the scenery! We said our goodbyes and told Slim we were heading to town to find some Swiss chocolate. He very generously offered to drive us down to show us the ...
... tell Chris to go ahead to terminal 8 and let them know whet is going on. We are at terminal 5 at this point.
Chris goes and then I see my bag and leg it to terminal 8 pushing some Asian guy and his case out the way as I see the sky train pulling in and Chris.
its all go from there with now only an hour to check in clear US customs and board.
phew! Champagne please.
A good sleep and now at Doha for 6 hours before final leg ...
... our separate ways.
I have decided to lump this all together in one entry - photos may or may not be in exact order but I will try to label them all. Thanks for following along. I think I still have to finish our last trip - I have everything more or less ready to go just found that we had a busy year since that trip to Australia/New Zealand and Tahiti and never got around to finishing it up.
Thank you again for following us on our journey
... English seemed impossible, so I let it go. More bills and then my broadband was shut off. I know I am going to have to go back to the office, but I just hate to think about it. Dealing with Qataris in that capacity is such a pain. I know they have made a mistake, but there is no way they will ever admit it. And unlike in America where you can act like the biggest jack-ass in the world in front of the service person and walk out, albeit lost, ...
... dirt road. At times, you come across dunes which Mother Nature has spread across the road's path and you can do nothing but go over them. When you want to get to a camping spot, you just veer off the road and go cross country, wherever you want. Some of the terrain is true dunes and some is a mix of sand and low lying bushes. The inland sea is VERY popular with the Qataris for camping and there are tire tracks everywhere. It must be ...
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