Retaj Royale Doha
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... tree and nature surrounding us (and not having to do any of the work), we weren’t bothered at all. The elephants are so family oriented and staring at them for hours made us giddy with excitement for Africa where we will see our own families and many more elephants.
We headed to Ella after, which is tea country and high up in the mountains with peaks reaching 6,000 feet above sea level, and where William Lipton decided to become a tea producer. We hiked to the spot ...
... to departure day but it is now about 1000 and I want to get back into Colombo for more sightseeing. I really fancy a visit to the Railway Museum today which I didn't quite get round to yesterday. Better I go and see some things than sit around in my admittedly very pleasant room and write about things. One final thing is for me to wish a slightly belated happy birthday to my brother as I know he pops in to read this now and ...
... very comfortable sofas for part of the audience to sit
We arrive at 5:00pm sharp and luckily we avoid the huge and endless
queues of patiently waiting South Asian expatriates. It is said that they have
exceeded the 30.000 that evening.
We present our invitations and instantly we are escorted to our seats
from the main entrance through the building.
The fact that our seats are on the first ...
... European travellers, I've spied a solo girl traveller about my age but neither of us has dared make the first move...at least I have Rosa and Polina waiting for me at the California Hotel in BANGKOK! Very excited, and not nervous actually, I think my trips to Russia and the Ukraine prepared me. Enough for this first entry, next stop ...
... So we waited patiently while they "looked" for some more food. We were eventually given some food which wasn’t that great but by that point I was starving! Not much else to say, mainly keeping the blogs updated as Glenn insisted I get my “pins” in my travel map so I need to write an entry ...