Delmon International Hotel
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... a refined British accent and perfect English who makes you feel like a dipstick for speaking in slow English...whoops..... on the other hand I am getting good at sign language, well sort of good, I didn't do so well yesterday when I took some-one to the carpark but they were actually asking for a wheelchair......
Weird things this week; I nearly fell off the path when a arab lady wearing an abaya rode past on a bike yesterday, my brain would not compute ...
... because I refuse to eat alone unless I can eat at a bar. When I sit at a table alone, I feel pathetic. When I sit at a bar alone, I feel like I’m at Archie Bunker’s Place or Cheers, reading to get my drink on and chat with the locals. Considering there were only two other people in the restaurant, my options were limited. I wound up chatting with Lea, a Filipina living in Bahrain for a year to work in the hotel industry, her field of study in college. We struck up a ...
... walked for about an hour, with varied topics of conversations ranging from movies to American politics. He eventually led us to a "coffee shop" which had several groups of men smoking sheesha. He smoked and I ate lunch. He ordered us both a smoothie type drink made with Rosewater. It was very good but I've never had anything that tasted like it so I can't describe it with anything other than mildly sweet. I also had two burgers which were simple and delicious. We ...
Bahrain was my second stop here in the Middle East and I was here for two days and I feel like two days was enough. You could drive all the way around Bahrain in 2 hours. I arrived here late at night and had the pleasure of sleeping with a couch surfer who was in the US army and was a very nice host. He had a 3 bedroom flat all to himself. It was good to share some old stories with a fellow marine. I woke up the second day and ...
... can be like to
travel with a blonde in this neck of the woods as there were the
usual lingering stares and a couple of children came over to greet
us. To be fair though, the gawping wasn't just one sided as we got a
snippet taster of the culture, and the array of people in traditional
dress of burkhas, checked head scarves and kaftans.
Desperate for a way of
passing the time I broke all my rules and we spent at least two ...