Juffair Grand Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... We are even travelling without bikes, they provide the bikes when we arrive in Italy. The downside is that our normal freedom to make it up as we go along and stay extra days in places that we find along the way has been removed by advance hotel bookings. Feel free to follow as we go via the blog. Don't expect massive distance and fast speeds, we are on holiday! ...
... I have taken opportunities when they arise. It is difficult to get around to much as a single women, but I maybe making excuses because I am also still uncomfortable in such a male dominated environment.
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... later, I get onto my final bus around 1:15. I sit down, and the bus driver gets up and leaves the bus. 15 minutes later, I'm still sitting on the bus, sitting in the parking lot with no driver. Just when I think I should start walking, another driver shows up and hops in. I ask him if he can drop me off at Arad Fort and he apparently didn't know what that was. With help from other passengers, he finally understood after a few minutes of joint discussion.
... standing and moving. For the majority of my stay in Bahrain, however, I tried to sleep or quietly read across three airport chairs. I listened to singing/praying at noon, played over the loudspeaker. On our ascent to Kathmandu I fell asleep during seatbelt instruction, then woke at some point after my ears popped for the millionth time. The flights are getting less and less crowded as I get closer to Nepal. For this last flight, we were ...