Al Sultan Beach Resort
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A MANGROVE SITE
We are returning to Al Khor again this second day to see the mangroves.
They are some of the world's richest natural environments and also one of the most threatened. There are 8 major mangrove sites here ...
We are visiting a former pearl fishing centre this morning which is older than Doha but much smaller in size. It is about 50 kms from the capital city to the North of Doha and to our good luck it is in the direction of where we stay.
We did not have the chance ...
... to talk to and very interested in Canada. The bus ride was about a half hour and amazing.
The conference began with several talks, all in Arabic, then we were entertained with a group who sang and played drums...awesome! This group entertained us again later in the day with 2 presentations; the first was explained to us as the story of the forefathers who were nomads and traveled the desert lands by foot, and the second part explained how they ...
... involves a lot of finger pointing, *****ing and complaining. Since I've not been involved much with this project at all, it's not really my place to say much. Hopefully I can step in and ramp things up a bit to help complete the job in a timely fashion.
I've been trying to think of how to describe Doha...and the only way to describe it is...oddly diverse? The city is undergoing massive transformation, as they prepare for the world cup ...
We had a great time camping up above Al Khor over Spring Break. We were out there for 2 nights and while no one else spent the night (well Cody stayed one night) many people came out for the days. Several actually came out both days. The Klars, the Phillips, and Amy Simpson were out on Monday and then The Koobs, Venebles, Phillips, Amy and Rhylan came out on Tuesday,