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Travel Blogs from Doha
... Much of the city is being torn down and new modern sky scrapers are being erected. So part of the city looks much like Dubai. Massive beautiful modern buildings, full of people from all over the world. Then there is the part of Doha where I'm staying. Mostly older buildings, from the 70's I'm guessing. A lot of Indians live and work here, as well as Philippians, Sri Lank ans. It's fairly dirty from all the trash and dirt. Some of the ...
... Village. Strange old place. Looks like it is still only half finished but interesting none the less. The actual Cultural Village was a bit empty but had lots of interesting local farm animals in pens. Strangest looking goats and sheep you have ever seen... long ears, hooked noses, fitting the part of Arabic livestock to a tee. The rest of Katara didn't have too much ...
... went to sleep to recover from my long, but great day.
The next day my host dropped me off at the north end of the Corniche where all the new skyscrapers were, and was picking me up at the other end a few hours later. The amazing thing about downtown Doha is that the skyscrapers are the only thing there. Literally. There aren't tons of shops and small businesses everywhere, built into the first floor like in normal cities. It was simply the buildings ...
This will be a short one. Can't remember when the last time I had a real sleep over was, but now it is re-set to two days ago. Our friends, the Wilson's, are leaving Doha soon, and they wanted us to come over, hang out, play games, stay up late, and not worry about driving home, plus I think they were wanting Julie to make biscuits and enjoy some country ham. We had a great dinner but never really made it to the games. We watched all 6 hours of the Sandy ...
... the jasmine flower with which it was scented.
This spectacular tea produces a beverage of the highest quality: the softness of the green tea is the perfect complement to the subtlety of the Jasmine.
The roundness and the smoothness of the beverage feels like a pearl of tea to the palate.
On the next entry I am going to write about Tea and Its Legends.
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