Gulf Paradise Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... out the value of the notes I had just bought. As it turned out everything went smoothly and I arrived at my hotel in just under an hour. The journey cost around 400 Baht which is less than £10. The hotel was surprisingly luxurious for £35/night with an air-conditioned room and a small pool. Happy Days.
I slept for a couple of hours before venturing out early evening to explore my surroundings. The streets were incredibly jammed with cars and ...
... south africas summer. Again Taha gave me a lift to the airport. Alot earlier than i needed to but it would be pretty savage keepin him up late just to drop me off at the airport. Got a text from claire saying her dad wanted some cask strength whisky, this helped kill some time. Never did find any though. Jim and lor have been great to me once again. Cant thank them enough! Will see them again next ...
... abouts just in case. Fortunately for us there were no bombs or any other mischievous activity on site as security was pretty lax to say the least. So lax that two ladies got through to the boarding area without passes and had to go back to buy tickets. Yep, this was maximum Ugandan security at its finest where you can get through security guards and customs without a boarding pass- incredible really. The whole scenario probably paints a picture on how the country operates ...
- Got a sweet view of Doha from the plane... We circled the airport 3 times before landing and making me a nervous mess running for my connecting flight!
- I originally thought Doha was in India, its not.
- Doha is in Qatar.
- I flew Qatar airways... That should have been obvious to me! ...
... especially for food and water which is mostly imported, however when petrol is $1 US for about 3 Ltrs and almost every vehicle on the road is a pleasure to drive well...... It's a city of opulence. If you want to sail your boat into the reclaimed island shopping complex called The Pearl, you can step right off and spend a fortune on everything from a new Rolls Royce or some diamond high heels for that special someone. I was tempted ...