Golden Tulip Bahrain
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... t find my room. Then I realized they either had a special VIP entrance for those with the “good rooms” or it was a play on unlucky number 13,the floor I was assigned. I make my way down to the lobby, luggage in tow, ready to try it again. This time, I find the right elevator, but I can’t get my room key to swipe the elevator to go up. So, I’m pulling one of those frantic moves where I think if I run it through 17 times in lightning speed, it will somehow ignite ...
... food without MSG added and veggies from local farmers. I turn left out my gate and walk 10 mins to the local butchers to buy meat – he only stocks from local farms and can practically tell me the name of the animal, has fresh kidneys on Tuesday etc etc. I turn right out my gate walk 5 mins and am at the local fruit and veg market and can buy local veggies, free range eggs and milk from the dairy down the road…… I don’t say that to sound like ...
It was study tour day again! This time round we went to the Bahrain International circuit. The guys raced at the Karting circuit well the girls just wanna relax at the registration tower. We didn't do much there. Although there was a tour, I didn't feel its worth the 6BD. I'd rather just wait for them to end the tour. I know, the point of a study tour is to go ...
... I started going through, vendors who were otherwise ignoring foot traffic, came to life to to try and get me to stop. I think I went at a dead time of day, because there really wasn't that much going on other than me passing through, and I didn't linger too long. I had a general direction that I wanted to go in so I slowly made my way through only looking at the map occasionally to make sure I didn't miss anything, and eventually making it to the first landmark, ...
... 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 ...