The Ritz-Carlton, Doha
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... goodbye to my big kids and headed home to pack. After a final meal of popcorn and chocolate, with a glass of vodka and juice, I ended my final night in Africa. In the morning Priscus freaked me out and was 30 minutes late to pick me up for the airport, but the drive down was lovely. I got to take my painting on carry on and ended up with three seats all the way home! The 8 hour stop over In Doha killed me, but after skyping my parents, endless walking ...
... to the airport the next day involved your classic backpacking disasters. My taxi driver dropped me off at a police station instead of a bus station. I was a bit annoyed since I'd given him my Quran as a gift, which I've found impossible to read. I found myself stranded before negotiating with a passing driver to give me a ride to the bus station, and manage to catch my flight thanks to the ample time I'd reserved beforehand (thank you mom, dad and my Singaporean ...
... but they weren't ready, so through security again, and finally - feeling like we were on a Merry Go Round - back we went again getting our passes in time to head to the gate.
The flight to Doha was very empty so we had plenty of room. Getting into the transfer area was quick unfortunately. We had hoped to kill some of our 8 hours.
We were going to pay to go into Oryx Lounge but we were told to have a look first and after seeing there ...
... I am in the right place where challenges and learning will occur on a daily basis in varying degrees. After the housing situation is settled I will be getting out and about more. Already thinking about meeting fellow expats and I really need to meet some peeps, poor Holly has been a saint...pretty sure she's needing a break from me about now, lol! Truly hope I can join her and the girls on their next trip to....DUBAI ;-D In summation, this is only the ...
... of Islam. I was fortunate in that being winter here, the temperature was a comfortable 76/24 degrees, as opposed to the scorching temperatures that push the locals to fly to Geneva for the summer months. It actually rained a little in the morning and again in the afternoon, just as I was walking back to the hotel. I don't know what the annual rainfall in Qatar is, but considering the landscape, I am guessing that it is not a lot!?!?! There was some green and trees right near ...