Crowne Plaza Bahrain
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... buy it ready ground and mixed with cinnamon, cloves, saffron and ginger. The ginger is good but not to much, I nearly blew my head off last night on night duty.
So things I like; the way every-one who visits relatives in hospital brings a thermos full of coffee from home and a bag of treats, dates or little cakes and nuts. I like the old mumma who peak out from behind their veils and if they see you staring smile so their eyes crinkle up. The occasional ...
Five days off = a quick trip to Bahrain I have driven through Bahrain to get to the airport but I hadn't actually gone for a sticky beak so when a day trip was offered I jumped at the opportunity to explore a little. We left Dammam at 0900 and managed to get across the border quickly with no hassle and were in Bahrain mall by 1030. To get across the boarder sounds easy but can be surprisingly difficult, three blockades on the Saudi side then 3 ...
... Why oh why, can’t I ever just do something right on the first time? Since I was a kid, if there was an accident to be found, a way to get lost, a possibility of getting stuck, I found it. Fast-forward 40 + years later? I’m still doing it!
For dinner, as I was dining alone and nobody to appease but myself, I decided to enjoy the authentic local cuisine of Bahraini Italian food! The hotel restaurant was empty, except for the waitress and another staff member. I decided to ...
... club. James prefers Bahrain to Hong Kong because of his school, Saint Christophers. Saint Christophers is an oasis of air conditioning in the desert wasteland.The children are an eclectic mix and its like being at the United Nations. There are a plethora of British children, Aussies, African, Indian, American and Bahraini. They put places like Sydney that pretends it is multi cultural, to shame. Its a really beautiful place. Lots of happy kids and parents, maids, drivers ...
... a healthier option. I visited Geant instead where I was able to pick up some fresh fruit. I was told it is a French retail chain but it seems very similar to Wal-Mart. While I was there I picked up an iron. I had a whole choice of one. There is something to be said for having too many choices I guess.
Tomorrow, it's off to see more places in hopes of finding a permanent home for the family.
Wish me ...