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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! ...
... But it was not because there was none, nut I was too lazy. Got lunch delivered in my room, which is apparently a rare sight. Many people discouraged me not to come during ramadan, but I thought to myself that how bad can it be. And it was not bad, at all. It is an occasion in muslim calendar and I embraced it. I think the idea behind ramadan is to pray to god and decrease cholesterol. Since a lot of red meat is eaten in this part of the world. Which somehow is not ...
... you shake hands. All part of a day’s work….
My driver greeted me warmly and we drove to my hotel. As I approached “Oz”, I was in shock. It was gorgeous, if not palatial. I was waiting for a house to drop out of the sky onto it, ruining my dreams of a trip to Shangri-La As I entered, the entire staff greeted me. They couldn’t have been warmer and more giving. The bellboy took my things up to my room. Again, for the second time on the trip, my key ...
... which is why there is not artwork around depicting saints, prophets, or angels. Rather, where there is decoration, it is often geometric shapes and symbols, which pays homage to Allah, as he created the universe and laws that govern it, which can be described through math. I learned that Islam was very into mathematics and scientific discovery, leading to numerous advances throughout human history.
He then told me that I should take pictures for ...
... at the hotel we'd booked – The Shogun Suite, Pasay- dazed,
bedraggled, fragrant and not exactly brimming with enthusiasm for the
country. This impression wasn't exactly improved when we noticed the
hourly rates listed in the hotels fees and then saw the lengthy list
of security tips in our room which were enough to unnerve even the
hardiest of travellers. After a slight wobbly moment on my part we
soon decided to make the best ...