Sheraton Bahrain Hotel
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... stream of Muslims as terrorists and villains pollutes your mind. It bothered me while I was there that I was bothered. Yet, as a woman there are aspects of orthodox Islam that trouble me...so maybe it's a more complicated issue.
The flight to Bangkok was largely uneventful. I sat next to a very chatty Englishman from Bath who was setting out to backpack with a bag smaller than I took to school and wearing skinny jeans. I feel as though he regretted ...
Australia Day on the base, quite good. Found out there is a thai restaurant on camp and they have a reggae DJ.................. not very Australian but they had made an effort with the decorations and there was a few Ozzie accents around. Felt much happier after an evening with some Ozzie's eating thai food and listening to ACDC :)
The base has become my little safe haven, I have yoga and spin classes on my door step, the supermarket and can walk to work in ...
... see the two most famous things in Bahrain. The tree of life and the Bahrain Grand Prix. The tree of life is a 400 year old tree that is in the middle of the desert. It is somewhat of a miracle considering it has survived so long, but apparently there is a water spring underneath it that gave it nutrients and is literally the only sign of life anywhere near it. There is not much out here in the desert. Surprisingly it is ...
... Coast we don't get many of them that are truly amazing. I expected that while I was here I would see some awesome ones, but unfortunately most afternoons bring with them dust storms that create a haze which ruins the effect. But the sunrises make up for it. We are close enough to Iran so that the sun is at full brilliance as it comes up over the plateau. I don't know if it is the desert sands that do it, but the sun is almost a green colour as it rises. The effect doesn't last very ...