Al Liwan Suites
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... If you are going on a desert safari, be sure to ask the guide to take you to some of the prime spots where you are most likely to find them with some digging. The low salt flat plain areas close to Al Sahaniya and the northern portion of the Saudi border are considered to be particularly rich with desert roses. Make sure to bring your shovels along to find something truly spectacular to take home.
... Qatar airport... A concrete oasis in the middle of a desert, Brendan running backward down centre escalators and the temperature change from 30°C at 6:30am in Qatar to 5°C in Poland.
Once in Warsaw Brendan turned into a school boy ...
... Bob had chosen the motel through Expedia as somewhere just to sleep near where he was picking up his new vehicle. It was just a motel. Bob walked in first and put his gear on the queen bed, and I had the single on a base with no castors / legs. Extremely basic. Bob hadn't realised that there was no breakie included. Certainly not a good night's ...
... but got our choice of wing or first row behind business - so we elected for the first row behind Business Class which gave us a heap of leg room. (Not really intending to get an upgrade, just getting some conversation going to see if I could get better seats in economy - which was successful).
The next leg Doha to Melbourne was two seats next to each other so we didnt have to share with anyone else. ...
... and Kevin came for dinner and the happy hour before dinner. We ate on the terrace overlooking the gardens. The meal was as good ,if not better,than the meal at Gordon Ramsey's. Although the highlight of the day was a Skype call to her old school for them to sing a Christmas song and ask questions about our trip. It brought a tear to one and ...