W Doha Hotel & Residences
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... little bar in the Gothic Quarter in Barcelona!
Then of course it was Doha, so nice to chill out (so to speak!), stunning room, great pool, pleasant shopping oh and the gold souk…!
However as much as we love to travel it is always nice to come home and our arrival could not get much better with Jeff meeting us at the airport and driving us straight to our lovely local pub for a welcome home drink! Thank you Jeffrey, we really appreciate ...
I arrived in Doha from Kathmandu at midnight and have a 6 hour layover. Unfortunately I can't visit the city in the middle of the night so don't have much choice but to wait at the airport. Luckily they have free wifi, which seems to be like a drug for travellers. I'm pretty tired with only 4 hours sleep last night but trying to stay up because I don't want to miss my next flight. I fly out at ...
... soak up the historic atmosphere is highly recommended.
The souq smells good, like spices and I wish I could bottle it. I could perhaps describe it as a warm smell but at the same time a very complex one.
Live performances and seasonal festivals with traditional folk troupes and street artists make it a one-of-a-kind Cultural Bazaar in Qatar!
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... freshness of the lobster made the difference. QR 110 (€22.00)
An amazing Thai dish that I found exceptional was the Kaeng kali koong. (Prawns in yellow curry) A dish full of color, mild and mellow enough but it does give a little kick of heat at the end of each mouthful, which I loved. QR 85 (€17.50) An irresistible dish that you should try!
Another dish coming from the same region is the Pia nung manao. I love ...
I write this some days after the event cos if you're going through Qatar I think it’s pretty handy to know what you’re getting yourself into. I’d just fallen out of a plane after an 11 ish hr flight from Perth – well rested from my usual cocktail to get my onto the plane (and not thrown off for freaking everyone out with some suspiciously hysterics) but still groggy and with 8.5 hours to kill. So some ...