W Doha Hotel & Residences
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Arrived in Doha at 12:15 am (their time - 7:15am Melbourne time). Ground staff were waiting with signs to show us which gate to go to. Boarded the Aust bound plane in time (even our luggage made it!), then spent 13 1/2 hours watching movies, eating / drinking and snoozing. Remember watching Laggies and Paddington movies which I enjoyed. All went ...
... obese and no one working. Another interesting fact about Qatar is that only 25% of the population is women due to an influx of male labourers from foreign countries and it's the richest country per capita in the world.
We had a little snooze in a family quiet room that we finally found and ate more. By the end of our flight we'd had two dinners, two breakfasts and loads of snacks. We figured fatter people would be harder to kidnap in ...
... down at HIA, the first thing we did was head to the registration counter for the city tour as we were afraid there would be many people and insufficient vacancies. Turns out that our group only consisted of a very small handful of people - Ivy and I, a solo Korean tourist, and a couple from *****ia with their 2 children. We registered our details with the counter staff and were told to come back in a couple of hours time.
... it up in the Oxford dictionary, and it is: extraordinary and impossible to believe. How very apt we were to find this description as we explored the country from North to South. Nothing could have prepared us fully for what was the beginning of and what would continue to be an incredible journey, experience and adventures over the next six weeks. Delhi here we come…...we’re now living the Bollywood dream, shakalaka baby.
... for unrelated men and women to interact in this culture. This kind expression will not be forgotten. I take a taxi home after work everyday, it's safer than walking and I haven't totally decided I will ever drive here. These rides have prompted me to meet drivers from diverse backgrounds. I must admit that my favorite thus far has been the guy from Kenya. He plays the best music and I am reminded of the islands and the mix of cultures there. Til next ...