Sharq Village and Spa Hotel Operated by The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company, B.V.
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... Turkey, Egypt, Spain, Iran, Syria, India, showcasing amazing calligraphy engraved objects, tile work, carpets, carved doors etc. I'm not sure where the displays came from, but it was definitely not just items from mosques. Colour, design and precision work were important in everyday life. We tend to think only of the crazy stuff happening today, but there were centuries of vibrant culture under the Ottomans, Mughals, Moors, Sultans, sheiks and royal families in this ...
... think I'm a savage after seeing me on the buffet line. After dinner, I made my way to the gym and lifted weights for the first time in 3 months. The results were pitiful and I was a bit sore for 2 days after. That hotel seemed like heaven to me. Looking back, though I've roughed it out a lot, I've always come back to civilization within weeks. At this point, I'd been staying in hostels in the Middle East for 6 weeks, guess it's understandable this experience was such a culture ...
We had checked our bags through to Istanbul so didn't have to worry about them for our LONG transfer in Doha. With over 8 hours to kill we had read about a free city tour offered by Qatar Airlines for their transfer passengers so thought we'd do that.
Well what a mix up!! We had also read somewhere to get off at arrivals not transfers and on checking in at Perth we had been given the 'arrivals' tag too. So off we went to arrivals, paid for ...
We have landed in Doha. The flight was good and Julia is very happy because she got a special Qatar branded kids lunch box :) Temperature in Doha is about 17 degrees celsius so no temperature shock so far. We have one hour for a quick refreshment and we are boarding a flight to Kuala ...
... sort of matches my small suitcase (anyone who really knows me, can understand the significance of this factor in my purchasing decision). The many hawkers were anxious to sell me scarves and trinkets for which I have no room, fortunately or unfortunately :). I was more interested in the diverse selection of products available, I mentioned a few above. There were also shops to buy spices, sold in big burlap sacks and others selling beans and grains and nuts, and others ...