08
Feb

postedbyYousef

I went along with my friends to Bahrain this weekend. They planned a very quick getaway, just 1 night, we ended up having lots of fun and spending less than 23 hours in there… not even a full day in the country.

We were 4 in a single car, so all the destinations were semi prearranged and it was easy to regroup and shoot to the next place on the list. We were on a tight schedule and we arrived late so toward the end of the trip it got a bit hectic.

We had 4 things planned for one day, all of which could potentially ruin the schedule. We had a BanyanTree spa appointment for a massage, a little pool time with the dolphins, a Chinese restaurant to eat in, and a couple of malls to visit in order to leave Bahrain without feeling we’ve left something out. Miraculously we did all of that and ate dinner at johnny and came back to Kuwait, again all in less than 23 hours :)

I have 5 posts coming up about this Bahrain visit:

1-Grand Mercure Hotel.

2-Swimming with the Dolphins.

3-Memories of China restaurant.

4-BanyanTree Spa.

5-The Om Kalthoom Exhibition.

Stay tuned :)

 

This entry was posted on Sunday, February 8th, 2009 at 1:33 am

13 Responses to “23 Hours in Bahrain”

  1. Breeze says:

    i was in bahrain too! hehehe.. well hurry up with the posts plz! esp the banyan tree!

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  2. Glen says:

    Hey Yousef… How long does it take u to drive to Bahrain? Planning to drive there too sometime soon :)

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  3. Sulaiman says:

    (Glen) to Bahrain it’s about 4 hours

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  4. Pure says:

    3alaikum bil 3afya n il 7imdillah 3al salamah .. 😀

    cant wait for the next post abt Bahrain .. Cz i know that ur pic’s will turn out to be amazing ! 😉

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  5. Bo9ale7 says:

    alpicture malat banyan tree mo6abe3eya

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  6. Hamad says:

    add this to the post: “while my brother was dying”

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  7. 1001Nights says:

    O55! You went to 3ambaloo9-randaboot-wara-hal-lown land! Love Bahrainis. They’re awesome :) Hope you tried some of the restaurants that are huddled altogether in one area. I forget the name of one Thai restaurant, maybe called Monsoon it was amazing when I went.

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  8. From Panama to Manama says:

    What’s Bahrain sans liquor?? Pretty dull and boring, I imagine. Besides, the place is infested with young and restless Saudis.

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  9. ME says:

    offff loved the first picture of “Grand Mercure Hotel”

    and you went to banyan tree ??? I’m really jelous right now

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  10. shannon says:

    Hi, wow bahrain does look interesting, what abt the visa’s in case for indian expats driving to bahrain and how is it done any ideas :) since many of us wish to go, jazeera at times turns out to be expensive, a drive done would be ideal for a group of friends.
    but then again heard u need saudi visa n its a long process and the border police r strict tough, is it so? pls guide.. thanks

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  11. Abid says:

    @shannon

    I imagine its easier for a Kuwaiti (or any GCC citizen for that matter)

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  12. somechick says:

    7mdila 3al salama~
    ill defiantly will be tuning in!

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  13. somechick says:

    7mdila 3al salama~
    ill defiantly will be tuning in!

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