Gulf Paradise Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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The days immediately following the last day if Ramadan are the Holy Days of Eid. It is the first national holiday I have experience here. It also came with a record breaking day of 120 degrees Fahrenheit (50 Celsius). The city is quiet and empty. I have today and the next two days off. So I am going to sleep a little more, rent a couple of movies, prepare some tasty meals and just enjoy not having to wear a tie and shirt for a bunch of hours a day. On a ...
... days we have our first Visa Run and that will be my time off.
I know I have not been writing that much lately. Nothing is wrong, I just have not really had all that much to say. After almost two months here (can you believe it) , we are really settling into a routine.
The only upside is that every 60 days ...
... jammed with Street Sellers. It was also hot and sticky: around 30 degrees I guess. My initial impression was that it was similar to India but I altered this later as it’s much quieter and calmer. Drivers don’t sound their horns constantly. After wandering for about 30 minutes and covering very little of the City I chose a restaurant with pavement tables beside a very busy road junction. Noisy and a little smelly but a great way to absorb the buzz of ...
... at both. Ill admit it, jim absolutely thrashed me at tennis and squash bit it was still good fun though. It was lorraines turn to cook today so she made us a BBQ. Two burgers disappeared pretty quickly, i had worked up an appetite playing tennis and squash. Yesterday i was meant to make oreo brownies but didnt have enough time after cooking all the ...
... whilst visiting the Gold Souk so we thought we should take a look… Out in the square a massive screen was set up and the crowds built at each opportunity to watch the World Cup.
We also managed to spend considerable time escaping the heat by plunging into the stunning pool. It was so nice to relax, cool off and gaze out over the Persian Gulf. Ah… to think it is winter in Melbourne…
At night we would go up to the ...