Juffair Grand Hotel
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... into a curly, sun bleached mess that I have now given up on. At school the mums are a mix of the sporty sorts or the designer gear sorts, they glow and look sultry. I on the other hand just look sweaty and resemble the wild woman of Borneo, with my frizzy mess upon my head. I could never, ever wear a suit to work here. If they'd let me come in my cossie I might contemplate living in Bahrain.
Deserts are not all sand dunes, some have cities on them. Lush vegetation thrives ...
... gold dealers in Macquarie shopping centre for a few dollars. Indian gold was prevalent, very rosy and intricate and it looked very expensive. I feebly asked the price of a pair of earrings, and yes, they were as I thought, very expensive. Our South African amazonian goddess whisked us away to a nice little man she knew. The nice little man had some nice little hoopy earrings that were begging me to buy them as they were very reasonable, so I obliged. We were then whisked ...
... that hit me was the square, flat roofed houses in shades of white sitting in white sand. I felt I was really in the middle east, funny that, I was. The landscape was bleak, the road full of very expensive cars and there were sheiks on the sides of skyscrapers - a tad different to Victoria road.
James has grown 2 foot and a teenager in waiting. He's handsome, clever and so grown up. He looks so much like Nick. Kit has not grown 2 foot, he's a chatterbox, full of ...
... all schools), I think he's done wonders for the place. I've heard stories of what the school used to be like before our current principal came, and comparing that to what it is now is night and day. He is very supportive of the teachers - gives us complete autonomy in the classroom, and is one of those "change the world" people who just wants to make a difference. He's got my support.
So far, ...
I was lucky, first I got an upgrade from Tehran to Manama, and then the airline spend a free night at Gulden Tulip Hotel, right in the center of the city. (Smile) But then the hotel appeared as a little bit unfriendly. Transfer guests of Gulf Air get the ugly rooms, and they get the dinner and breakfast in a small corner restaurant. But, smile, after all, for free. Hehe. What made me angry was the ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center