George Ii Hotel
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... containing 20L. They carry these buckets on their head while another two in their hands. The older children some with their mum to help carry smaller buckets. It was an eye opener seeing so many families huddling around one tap. Meat. Meat, meat and more meat! They don't eat meat! It's rare for them to be able to afford it. Most families own cattle and goats but they are to provide for the family with milk. A lot of have chickens, and those that had a lot would eat some ...
... the locals. How the bright white crisp dress of the Arab men are kept that way will forever amaze us.
We couldn’t resist visiting the souks, which after having been in Morocco were a little low key however still fascinating to walk through. We find the souks such great places to people watch, from the travellers to the local shoppers to the shop keepers, we are constantly intrigued. It would have been such a missed opportunity not to make ...
... the line again, then passed through immigration without any worry, collected our bags and headed out to find our transfer. It was nice to know we had a transfer arranged and didn't have to mess around with a taxi as all we wanted by then was a shower and bed.
Our hotel was fine. Clean with comfortable beds and as we found out not too much mosque noise. We heard prayer calls but it was not too loud. It was also just nicely warm with the heater on ...
... definitely wasn't expecting in Qatar. It was all expensive, but the only place you can get a drink in the city! After Sam having to rush off to work at 6am on Saturday morning to sort a problem, we headed back into town. Lunch was in a lovely market area, a Lebanese restaurant. It was nice to see a bit of Qatari culture here. We also went to see Damien Hirst's exhibition Relics, which was free and the first time a lot of his work had been displayed. I didn't love everything, but it ...
... of the Louvre, which is such a historically famous 17th century palace and what was his inspiration to incorporate something so technically modern with something so conspicuously traditional and from whence did he receive his inspiration? Personally, I seem to think it was partially because at the other end of the park behind the Louvre (Jardin des Tullieries), is the Place de la Concorde on the center of which sits the famous Egyptian Obelisk a gift from Egypt in the ...