La Cigale Hotel
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As titled....I have now been here officially a week. I didn't just move across the street, therefore...I can't say I'm totally assimilated but doing many more things on my own. Hopefully will be totally self sufficient soon. Let's see where to begin...If it wasn't for the early wake up time (0500) the daily bus ride to and from work would be …
... our taxi driver still waiting for us albeit a bit panicky as he had a school run to do. We are staying in Angharad's guest accommodation and after a few mins unpacking she arrived back from work. The trauma of our missed flight and missed texts soon forgotten as we had a cup of tea. After a shower ,a short nap and a bottle of Sauvignon Blanc it was off in a taxi to Al Mourjan, an open air Lebanese restaurant on the Corniche by the sea. a lovely view of all skyscrapers all lit ...
... to enjoy our complimentary drinks and with such a delicious array of food we would end up having dinner just snacking on those as well. Later sitting outside in a temporary bar we could enjoy a light breeze as we watched yet another soccer game on the big screen, whilst most of you would know I generally hold very little interest in football however having been in soccer crazed countries while the World Cup is on I couldn’t help but get caught up in ...
... haze. At 38 degrees Celsius though - ten degrees below today's forecast max temperature - the winds do have at least one redeeming quality.
I spend the morning wandering around Souq Waqif - the newly renovated marketplace - but after three weeks in the Middle East there is little I haven't seen before. I am now just killing time before my flight to Abu ...
Exquisite Cuisine, Impeccable Service, Steady Value!
The Exotic East Cuisine of the Nusantao Sea Kitchens is by far the Best I have ever tasted through the many trips I had in the Middle East.
THE NAME: Well, 'nusantara' –a combination of words in reality means Archipelago in Javanese while ‘Tao’ a Chinese word signifies way or direction. The combination evokes the memories of the ...