Sheraton Bahrain Hotel
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I met Claire at the Bab-al-Bahrain and we quickly spent over £700 on household necessities.
Later, unwrapping everything at the flat, it was just like Christmas.
I couldn’t believe the amount of things we had bought in such a short time.
When Mike finished work I asked him if he would come with me to a temple in the suq …
In the morning when the cleaner boy, Satyanath, came I gave him a couple of Swiss chocolates. Claire called to take me to our new apartment.
The Gulf Agency turned up there with my luggage from England and I dived for my guitar which had gone so out of tune.
We wandered around the flat making a list of all the things that we would need, …
After Mike had gone to work a big box of chocolates was brought up to my room, compliments of the manager, and when I asked why the boy said it was because we were long staying guests. There was also an invitation for an evening cocktail party by the pool, put on by the manager for the VIP long staying guests.
Carol telephoned and asked …
I had a day of lounging around by the pool again, sunning, swimming and reading.
I pondered, what was the use of being in a luxurious setting without close friends to share it with?
When Mike returned I so wished he would be a bit more aware or more spiritual instead of talking in the materialistic way that he did. I knew I had so much to …
I had an early morning breakfast of yoghurt and papaya with Mike before he rushed off to work.
I spent my day by the pool.
Mike came back for lunch, fresh fruits in the poolside restaurant.
I made friends with the servant boy who tidied our room.
He was an Indian from Kerala, and when I asked him what his religion was he …
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