Gulf Hotel Bahrain
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
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... a refined British accent and perfect English who makes you feel like a dipstick for speaking in slow English...whoops..... on the other hand I am getting good at sign language, well sort of good, I didn't do so well yesterday when I took some-one to the carpark but they were actually asking for a wheelchair......
Weird things this week; I nearly fell off the path when a arab lady wearing an abaya rode past on a bike yesterday, my brain would not compute ...
... the Bahrain side. Customs, Immigration and tolls. Check the boot for naughty loot, no pork sausages or alcohol allowed through. It's all a bit of a hassle, I don't know how people do it every day when they live in Bahrain and work in Saudi. The mall was like any other mall in the world full of English and American brand name shops, the only difference for this part of the world was a distinct lack of Abaya's meaning you really could be any were. Out in the city it ...
... an evening night out. Not everyone turned up and I saw someone outcasted. I felt really bad for him when he struggled to find something to do to kill time. There were two cliques at the end of the table and it was really bad. Well we had a couple of laughters here and there but that was it. The good thing was that no one was staring into his/her mobile screens. ...
... to a church function on Friday. I informed him that I was flying out on Thursday but I appreciated the offer, and he gave me his number and said to call if I ever was in trouble and needed help. His name was Vincent. I thanked him and went on my way to the Andulus Gardens.
The Andulus Gardens had a small cafe and other small shops on one end, and the rest was green space with benches, or small tasteful pieces of architecture lining the walking paths. ...
... bags (phew!), headed out into the 30C plus heat which
didn't help our already dubious personal hygiene and piled into a
taxi. Manila's reputation for having some of the worst traffic
problems in the world was soon justified as we joined six lanes of
traffic in gridlock with motorbikes and brave/ stupid pedestrians and
street sellers darting between the vehicles. We watched the taxi's
meter ticking away- fortunately taxis are stupidly ...