The St. Regis Doha
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First time flying over a desert, first time in Qatar or any Arabic country for that matter. Flight was good, vegetarian food didn't disappoint either. The main thing we made it on time and now waiting for the last stretch of our journey - 7 hour flight to Hong ...
... don't watch that programme). In the end we landed safely and made our way to the terminal. Soon I'd be in New York and off to the hotel.
I got to immigration pretty quickly and soon got through and then it was the case (pardon the pun) of waiting for my bags. Unfortunately, the guy at Bahrain must've forgotten to put the priority luggage tags on my cases as mine took forever to arrive but they soon turned up and then the strangest ...
Amazing Cuisine - Business Lunch is Highly Recommended!
Now on this second visit to Doha when I arranged to have lunch at the La Sahtaine I decided that since I am returning back I ought to know what the word means at least. I checked it up in the dictionary, so in Arabic we say sahtain, which is the dual of health, like in Greek when we say "stin ygia sou" something similar! In French it means 'Bon Appétit'.
So, we are back again ...
... thus anyone present is able to see and feel part of this interactive experience that takes place behind the benches.
Some of these dishes are the Dim Sum, the Fuul Iskandarani, Egg pull noodles, the Masala dosa, the Sambar which is a spicy Indian Lentil stew, the Ratatouille and several more!
... apologize for not being able to upload them.
Our next stop was at a camp on the Saudi Arabian border where we waded in the Inland Seas...a portion of the Persian Gulf. The water was like bath water...warm, warm, warm, but very refreshing since the temperature in the desert at this time was 55 C, 127 F. I walked barefoot in the seat sand...Hot, Hot, Hot! My sandals went back on pretty quick! AND finally I got my camel ...
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