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Thursday morning we caught the Doha bus again, intending to get off at the shopping centre in the city for a while then complete the journey back to the souk and our hotel. However it was explained to us, very politely but firmly, that we had already had more than what the company intended and we had the choice of getting off the bus and making our own way back from the city or staying on the bus and ...
So I didn't quite know what to expect from Doha. Originally I thought it would just be an airstrip in the middle of nowhere, a place for me to spend a few hours awaiting my connection to Rome. Well I'm lucky I had several hours too spend, as well as a curious mind because after a short stroll through arrivals I found something quite remarkable. A city of about 2.5 million people, where the foreign workforce makes 75% of the ...
From Nepal to Tel Aviv, we had to stop in Doha, Qatar and Amman, Jordan. We've heard rumors from other travelers that Qatar Airlines "hooks up" a hotel/food for their customers when they have an 8+ hour layover. Ours was 17 hours, so we had our fingers crossed! We landed and an airline representative told us to go upstairs and talk to the customer service desk who would give us a hotel. Woohoo! We were stoked. Once we got to the desk, we gave the lady our ...
... and i got the pdf file printed at the duty free center.
we had a 45min short flight around 7:00 to bahrain and my friend Anin went to pass the document check to start her enjoyable days there while i went to the transit area for my 4th.transit within 48h before.reaching my first real destination - Doha.
Both views from the planes were amazing. it was my first time to see morning dubai panorama and the one of bahrain and of doha.
Doha looked not ...
... don't watch that programme). In the end we landed safely and made our way to the terminal. Soon I'd be in New York and off to the hotel.
I got to immigration pretty quickly and soon got through and then it was the case (pardon the pun) of waiting for my bags. Unfortunately, the guy at Bahrain must've forgotten to put the priority luggage tags on my cases as mine took forever to arrive but they soon turned up and then the strangest ...