Sharq Village and Spa Hotel Operated by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, B.V.
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... we entered the air conditioning. An interesting tour around Doha airport. Things are so expensive here. Peter was looking at Lonely Planet Guides so that we could actually do some planning and research on the countries we were to visit over the next seven months. An offer of "Buy three get one free" would still have cost nearly £100 for three books. Unbelievable. An immaculate airport but with no bars or coffee shops. Just a couple of restaurants from what we could see. ...
The city is all decorated for Ramadan. Decorations are very nice and even the Katara cultural center is all lit up at night. We will try and take some pictures to share it with you all. As for me going without food from 7 to 3 is not really that bad. I guess if I had to do it until 6:30 it would be worse. The tough one for me is no water or coffee. I have to sneak off everyday and drink some water in a locked room. It all sound so illicit. But I just don't want to offend ...
Another very early start today with the alarm going off at 5am. We were in a taxi by 6am to head way down the other end of the city to the new Al Maktoum International Airport. It had always been a little strange we were flying out of this airport but it was a bit exciting too. On getting there though, everything was dead. We were even greeted outside the doors asking what flight we were on. This couldn't be good! Apparently our 9:15 flight was cancelled a week ago and now we were on a ...
... often take for granted. I have a lot of New Year's resolutions (although acquiring a yak is probably not realistic - not sure they would be overly happy in the South Florida climate), so we will see how I do on those. But one thing is for sure - our experiences in Nepal were unforgettable, and I hope that one day we will have a chance to come back.
So Happy New Year everyone! I hope you have a wonderful, happy and healthy 2015!! Over and out. :-)
... of the road the water going all over their open sandled feet laughing their heads off. When Angharad returned from work and after a cup of tea and shortbread we started to put up the tree and decorations. Our feast was then lit up by the tree and ...