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Travel Blogs from Doha
... to departure day but it is now about 1000 and I want to get back into Colombo for more sightseeing. I really fancy a visit to the Railway Museum today which I didn't quite get round to yesterday. Better I go and see some things than sit around in my admittedly very pleasant room and write about things. One final thing is for me to wish a slightly belated happy birthday to my brother as I know he pops in to read this now and ...
The flight was alright, about as comfortable as a 14 hour flight can be; I got a bit of numb butt, but it wasn't too bad. The couple next to me were Italian so I felt pretty comfy just following them once we got to the airport. The airport was a bit hectic and I wasn't sure if I was in the right place because there were transfers and short transfers and I had no idea what the difference was - I just followed my ...
... and thank the
person of the Embassy, who arranges that we have an escort of honour to the
So this is how we manage
to get back to the car. We are so hungry after all these hours that we go to
our favourite Lebanese restaurant for some falafel.
I hope the photos I
managed to take can travel you to this event. If not, you can at least have an
idea of what took place out here this night.
... s the bar?
There aren’t any. See previous note on flying histrionics plus 8.5 r wait and you will realise that a “calming beverage” was a must half for impending flight. Another tour of the airport to check and some frantic googling and we have a winner. The Oryx Lounge. Not a hang out for 1st class bar flys – you can stump up cash (USD 39) and come on in! A fairly cheap way to ...
... Needless to say none of these come in handy if you are say lost or need to find the restroom. It is an international airport so people do speak English. The thing is I hate being an ignorant tourist, I have at least managed to say Thank you (shukran) so it makes me feel a little better. I think Arabic is a beautiful language both spoken but especially written. Ok, when it was spoken really fast by our pilot it sounded a little like a tape ...