Ramada AL Hada Hotel and Suites
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There were a number of official looking cars with flashing red and blue lights, but the emblems on their doors were in Arabic, so I couldn’t tell what branch of government they represented.
Eventually the ship’s nurse rolled a woman in a wheelchair down the gangway.
She appeared to be in good spirits and was chatting with the people around her as she was rolled to the ambulance.
... they took me to lunch to a local broast house. The dish we ordered was al faham, its local cuisine and pretty popular. Its basically rice and grilled chicken. The only thing is that the whole bird is grilled and it becomes flat. There was a lot of chutneys and hummus. Fattoush as well, i actually liked it with all those chutneys but otherwise like most arabic food it was pretty bland. After spending some time in the store, i went o the new mall, for a new store ...
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find lor lor's car
What we did: walked for 6 hours straight trying to find Lor Lor's house and car, walking in random suburbs and stretches of motorway, trying to find the trampoline park, going to the shopping centre and walking in disused factories, what a waste of time
What we seen: burj khalifa (East Kilbride version), penguins, ...
Sheikk Hamdam: Do I even have to explain!?!? I don't think I have seen anyone so ugly in my whole life. What the hell is up with this guy's face? He looks like the ugly prat from Salmon Fishing in the Yemen! Just to add, that was a terrible film!
Kurdo: This shisha smoking ***** need to sort out his eyebrows. They look like two slugs that have been left to grow larger throughout ...