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... health systems. There is no apparent industry that you can see. Cars are a luxury and you would be crazy to drive it. TV is all channels and important people own their own TV stations. The airport is old and cold. You feel like you just came to a bad place where Qatar is beautiful and super modern. I appreciate all the prayers and support. I appreciate Baptist Community Services for the grant funding to start a second initiative like in Africa. ...
... dancing (the men seem to be kept in their seats behind a barrier here) it was a fantastic atmosphere (watch the video when we get it finished and you will see what we mean).
We again looked over to Pakistan and they seemed a lot less cheerful. We are sure the cheers we could hear were part of the soundtrack played over the speakers as the crowd didn't seem to be making those noises)
Then the ceremony started properly and it was ...
... the biggest professional advantage of this certification. The Certified hotel administrator certification validates the professional skills of the people and they can use this credential for earning higher wages.
... and Mughal buildings. I admire the grace and delicacy of many of the last, and the tranquility of the Shalimar Gardens.
We make a fascinating excursion to the India-Pakistan border at Wagah where an hour-long daily border opening ceremony has become a big tourist attraction. Huge bleachers are set up on both sides of the border. Packed with visitors segregated ...
Felt the 7.8 earthquake a few days ago here in Lahore. Actually, I'm the only one who felt it, as I noticed the bed I was sitting on move side to side. I was taking a mid-afternoon nap so wasn't sure if I was dreaming or dizzy.
The kids were oblivious to it - too focused on the movie they were watching in our little living room.
Ali was in ...