Ezdan Hotel & Suites
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... across Africa settling in for the two meal three or four movie flight. Damm shame that my audio was not working on this brand new Boeing, still I always was a fan of silent movies. I had heard that this was a great airline but I guess they forgot to let the kitchen know today that it would be OK to serve SOMETHING that was edible. Heading mostly North the time difference is not great but the headwinds must have been strong as ...
I have (rather embarrassingly, well i'm not that embarrassed, I think they're really good, quick reads!) been reading the Hunger Games trilogy and I can't help but compare the weird Doha airport to Panem from the Hunger Games. Everything is really posh and lavish, they were serving chocolate covered strawberries and no matter what the food was, it all came on a silver cake stand.
We spent ages walking up and down the airport looking for ...
... and shopping. They make up for it with a free Doha City Tour.
We had breakfast at Eat Street. Eat Street is the name of the food area which according to the airport's website, allows travellers to enjoy cuisines from around the world. Now I think that's a bit of a stretch because the selection is extremely limited, but we did get some nice Arabic food from a store called Azka, and the customer service was nice. The currency in Qatar ...
... once we’d established a list of places we wanted to go to we then commissioned SD Enterprises in Wembley, renowned - apparently - for their specialist expertise in train travel tours across India. They also have the monopoly in the UK in being the only agent that has access to pre-booking train tickets three months in advance for independent travellers. Given that the advice in all the travel guides is to book train tickets well in ...
... the check-in counter was equally impressed when she realised we'd walked from St Jean Pied de Port. And whilst waiting to disembark in Doha, a Japanese woman standing behind me noticed the scallop shell on my backpack and asked if it took me six days to walk the Camino. When I told her almost six weeks she realised I'd walked from St Jean Pied de Port; she almost hugged me! It's amazing the reaction we received.
We still had a few hours so sat down for ...