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... with Karen trying on 100 dresses but going back and buying the first one!
All in all though we have enjoyed Doha more than Dubai. Albeit brief, it was nice to see a different side to the place and perhaps being in a less salubrious part helped that. 'This is what I came for Karen to see this stuff and be Suffolk's Michael Palin..' 'You're an idiot' she says... 'Idiot abroad' she laughs at her own joke. Not a bad one to be fair. Next stop Beijing...! (Hopefully!)
... was filled with lots of learning, partaking in sessions, networking with new friends from all corners of the world, and eating lots of great food! In the evening we were entertained by short films made and produced by students in iEarn projects. They were unbelievable! We saw about 15 films that were divided into 4 categories; Peace, Consumerism, Conservation, Animation. They were all finalists in the Adobe Short Film Festival that ...
... Bylo milo ale nie przyjechalem tam lowic ryb wiec sie pozegnalem i podreptalem w kierunku polecanego muzeum sztuki islamskiej. Bylo jedyne ze 30 stopni, pochmurno i spadlo nawet pare kropel. Po drodze napatoczyle sie na wystawe poswiecona igrzyskom olimpijskim - cos Katar bedzie tam organizowal w przyszlosci. Wystawa niczego sobie - od antycznych skorup po czasy wspolczesne. Wszytko ladnie zaaranzowane, sporo ciekawostek i niekonwencjonalnego podejscia do tematu. ...
I took the next day easy. I slept in, spent some time writing in the morning and then walked through the streets back to the corniche. I didn't have much else to see as I had already seen so much of what Doha had to do, so I decided that I would just enjoy my surroundings and not be in a hurry to always be on the move. I walked to a small park near the Museum of Islamic Art that I had seen two days earlier. The park was on a little peninsula and had two ...
... the next deal.
Well the Ritz-Carlton might not be the newest hotel in Doha but I am sure those days when it opened it was truly THE # 1, glamorous and outstanding hotel in Doha. As a Carlton it does combine extravagant elegance and warmth of a traditional Arabian welcome but it begins to show its age.
The Carlton of Doha is situated on its own exclusive island resort but it is quite away from the City centre. ...
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