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What a fantastic airport. So new, clean and spacious.
Qatar airlines were great to fly with. The business class was a real treat. The staff were wonderful, so attentive, anticipating our every need. Spent a relaxing two and a half hours in the business loung before the next leg to Nairobi.
... menu. I don't need Cuban food that bad. That leaves one place that serves Bistec Palomilla and Yuca. I am putting it on the schedule. I will give you all a good critique when it is done. Actually I realized, for being such a foodie I have not really commented that much on any of the food I have eaten. I don't take pictures but I will try to verbalize some of my ...
... strawberry juices.
As the city is still developing, there isn't a lot for visitors to do; however, the Museum of Islamic Art was highly recommended, if just for seeing the building alone.
The Museum of Islamic Art (very loose definition of Islamic as there was art from numerous regions) was designed by I.M.Pei, so the building itself is a work of art. Built completely over the water, you have to cross a bridge to enter the musuem. Now normally, musuem cafes ...
... so lucky to have both parents alive and well, looking after me, supporting me, loving me and encouraging me. These children have taught me so much, and I am so blessed to have met them all. If they can make what little they have work, with no mum or dad, no small worry at home will ever be as severe as I once thought it would be. My friends. Being in a foreign country is a tough call, especially on your own. I have said this before, but who you have with you will make or break ...
... watching the beach dog version of West Side story (two groups of dogs having bark-offs over territory).
After some beach time and getting our stomachs used to the curry madness, we headed off to the Sinharaja rainforest. We were greeted at our lodge by a gaggle of Tamil kids, who we ended up befriending to take us deep into the jungle to find a hidden temple. As we got odd looks from the locals, we finally found ourselves climbing up into the jungle and meeting some monks ...