Al Seef Hotel
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... then subjected to his boob feels through the blanket while he drank – you can’t exactly touch another person’s kid, which was becoming the worst thing by this point. After he was fed he was passed diagonally back to the mother-in-law sitting directly behind me. I got kicked in the head by him and then kicked again when he became restless and was passed back.
Then came the worst part of all. The mother checked his nappy then lifted up the ...
Yesterday a co-worker offered me some of this peanut spread his wife makes. It did not agree with me at all. I have felt a little sick all day. So instead of going out on my Bday, we just decided to stay home. So I caught up with some old friends Like Lizzie and Reddington, Daenerys and Tyrion, Finch and Reese. I am glad I brought my Apple ...
... litre. Diesel is practicallly non-existent.
Best thing about Qatar is the weather in winter with highs of 21C and lows of 14'C
Worst thing about Qatar is the weather in summer with highs in the 50s and lows of 30'C.
( The weather was around 40'C while we were there.)
Weekend is Friday and Saturday.
Qatar is an alcohol free country, and you are unable to bring in any alcohol. You can purchase alcohol, however, at a hotel or at the one and ...
... and then. At the volunteer house we could get meat three times a week. Once was goat (sometimes beef), another beef for spag bol (which never looked healthy) and the other was chicken. The chicken had to be cooked really well though and there was hardly any meat on it. It also looked too much like chicken for me to eat it. A lot of protein was received through beans and lentils. Eggs were provided for breakfast every morning which became my favourite meal, but I craved a good ...
... dry heat.
We ate the buffet in the hotel’s restaurant. This was our first meal of the day; though we had had some light snacks in our room so hadn’t completely fasted or starved. The Middle Eastern food was most enjoyable and we even liked the yoghurt drink. The restaurant had stopped serving the buffet by the time we left but was serving a la carte meals until 02:00.
We returned to the souk ...