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... We are even travelling without bikes, they provide the bikes when we arrive in Italy. The downside is that our normal freedom to make it up as we go along and stay extra days in places that we find along the way has been removed by advance hotel bookings. Feel free to follow as we go via the blog. Don't expect massive distance and fast speeds, we are on holiday! ...
... speaking people, amazing food, the place has some warmth to it. Although arabs have certain coldness to them when it comes to other religions and communities. So much like brits, I somehow feel that. But I was happy to be here. Break from dubai life. Malls open at 2 in the afternoon and close at 5:30, and then open again at 9 in the night after iftar and are open till 2:30 in night. To my surprise day shifts were absolutely useless but the night ones did 90 percent of ...
... too. They pray 5 times a day, which they are summoned to by the Call to Prayer. The Call to Prayer happens before sunset, after breakfast, after mid-morning, after lunch, around sunset, and at nightfall. The Call to Prayer is incredibly beautiful and haunting. I feel like I’m being transported into another century.
When we arrived at the mosque, the women had to put on a long black cloak/dress and head covering. We wore it throughout the entire ...
... took a few more pictures, but was still disappointed with the lack of a view. I explored the rooms left standing before heading out the door, which was locked promptly once I was through. I took a lap around the fort in between the outer and inner walls before walking out to a small park with benches by the water. I sat down and took in the view across the water to the skyline of Manama as I ate my lunch of a peanut butter sandwich and a muffin given to me by my host. ...
... women had to be completely covered from head to foot. Even though we had been instructed to have long sleeves and to be covered to ankles, we were still given robes to wear and had to have our heads completely covered and we had to take off our shoes. Then men just had to have on trousers or to wear a robe. Our next stop was the multi-million-dollar Bahrain National Museum, which has an ...