Mercure Grand Hotel Seef
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... and sumac all ground together. I am totally in love with it spread like jam over hot flat bread with a little bit of oil. Its like pesto only better. The other thing that I have fallen for is Arabic coffee, or more correctly the Saudi version of arabic coffee.
This is an art form and I have a feeling that a dallah (arabic coffee pot) will be joining the Vietnamese drip filter and the Greek percolator on ...
... georgia, serif; font-size: 14px; line-height: 18px;">Dare to be the best you can –
At all times, Dare to be!
― Steve Maraboli
... farm. Despite having pretty vague directions, we found it (first/last exit before the causeway, go north, it's on the left - you can't miss it). The kids listened impeccably well (miracle!), kept to the sidewalk, and no one got spit on. The camels were mellow and we were the only ones there. C ran through the compound looking up curiously and exclaiming "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!" "Hi, Camel!"
It had started to get hot, so we ...
... used to stay when he visited Bahrain (if he wasn't with the royal family).
For the past 10 years or so, Bahrain has been reclaiming land from the gulf by sucking up the sand and turing it into more island. You can tell all over the city where the reclaimed land is because there are seashells in the sand (because it was once covered by water). My apartment building is actually on reclaimed ...
... rocky road turned into sand. Oh ****. I’m smart enough to know you do not want to be driving in sand unless you have a 4X4, which I did not. I made it downhill and must have gone a couple hundred yards through the sand. Then I panicked and reacted in the worst way possible: I stopped. Bad, bad, bad idea.
As I took a deep breath and surveyed the path the rest of the way down to the next paved road – I just need to jink off to the right 20 yards or so and get ...