- Non-smoking hotel
- Microwave in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
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... the plane, through a very short queue of three people at the non - indian passport control. I fought the baggage area whilst Peter took care of an urgent call of nature. It took many anxious minutes - 30 - before I saw our bags. In the meantime no sign of Peter returning. We had arranged to meet at baggage belt 12 near the exit as a fall back. But surely he was financed by now. After pushing through to retrieve our bags and nearly ending up on the baggage belt myself, I made ...
Haven't blogged in a few days because I was that tired. Actually I also just caught up on work and some courses I am taking. On a frustrating note we went today to a Clinic to get a prescription for my blood pressure meds. This was a mess. This was a test of Cigna ...
... suited us for times, and I had discovered that they offered a free three hour city tour for anyone transiting Doha. Why not have a look?
Doha airport (which has another name I cannot remember right now, something like Hamad International Airport) is brand new, only being opened last year. It seemed huge, and had fantastic facilities. It's easy to see why it was named best airport in the Middle East for 2014. Amongst other things it had playgrounds, tv areas, family seating ...
After a 11 hour flight we landed in Doha around 4.30am. The flight went well, as Colleen and I slept about 3/4 of the flight. Watched a couple of movies, hit up some sleeping pills, then next thing you know, it was breakfast time. The food was pretty good, and it was nice having a lil extra leg space compared to Qantas planes. We were lucky the whole flight, as there was 3-4 toddlers/kids around us, but they did keep pretty quiet the whole ...
... thing which was actually not to bad. Jim and Lorraine were in for a treat today because i was cooking them Lomo Saltado and Quinotto. Wasnt sure how the Quinotto would turn out because it was the first time i made it. At cusco culinary it was already made. All went smooth and it turned out fine, think Jim fairly like it cause he asked me to send on the receipe one lorraine so she can make it for him. She will never make it as good as me ...