10
Jun

postedbyYousef

I’ll be leaving today to Qatar! I don’t know why Qatar, especially in this hot weather, but I’ve been wanting to go there ever since Intlxpatr started posting about it.. and since I don’t get to have a real vacation this summer, Qatar sounded real good to me and my friends.

I know nothing about the country, I’ll be collecting information from here and there. My friend intlxpatr gave me some valuable info about places to go and see, and I had them saved on my mobile. If you know any good places to visit in Qatar PLEASE do tell! I’m gonna need everything you know about the country. I’m going to be there for the weekend only and ofcourse will be posting about it when I get back.

I’m Not Going!

Bad luck at it’s best! I was informed just 3 hours before the take off that I had some work related stuff to do, and I have to work on it during the weekend coz the deadline is on Sunday at 8 am.. Woohoo! ๐Ÿ‘ฟ I just hate it when I prepare myself for something and have it taken away from me just like that!

P.S. The nice friends of mine are now boarding the plane. How nice the situation that I’m in is, huh?

P.P.S. The plane got delayed, then almost took off without them.

 

This entry was posted on Thursday, June 10th, 2010 at 8:43 am

15 Responses to “Going to Qatar!”

  1. Bu m7amad says:

    mmmmmmmmmmm

    mamda kh6ataw

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  2. Miss Farah says:

    I’ve never been there but I hear there’s not much going on there…but have fun ๐Ÿ˜€

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  3. Mishary says:

    Yousef, fee 3endohom sooq chena elmobarkiya bs 3ala kashkha eshway o feeh chum ma63am o cafes bs wayeeed 7ilwa elga3da feeh belail

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  4. Mishary says:

    Ee nesait agolek etha ma 7ajazt for hotel, try W Hotel tara raw3a!!!

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  5. m7 says:

    sog wagef
    Spire
    pearl
    vilagio

    hathy el amakin elly a3arefha
    kent baroo7 qatar 3ad halweekend bas ma legait 6ayara waget san3 ! chan a7jez dubai ๐Ÿ˜›

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  6. Ahmad says:

    7ayyak allah 3indina. bitnawwir el do7a.
    :)

    the places the guys recommended are pretty much everything we have here. there’s really not much to do unless you have friends and you get to do stuff with them.

    let me know if you need any help

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  7. manayer says:

    –sooq wagef mithil ilmbarkiya bs ydeed…ra7 tstanis 3ala ilta9weer hnak

    –khor il3adeed etha et7boon “et6a3mson” bl bar 3ala 7dood ils3odiya

    –HOTEL: Sharq village and spa–>3ajeeeb bs shway ‘3alee
    http://www.ameinfo.com/images/news/8/37958-ritz.jpg
    http://media-cdn.tripadvisor.com/media/photo-s/01/1c/68/e1/sharq-village.jpg

    –LAZEM taklon eb Al Liwan restaurant ilee bl hotel..wayid latheeth

    –Villaggio mall chinik eb Venice, italy tetmasha eb a boat
    http://images.chron.com/blogs/roadslesstraveled/Vilaggio.gif

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  8. manayer says:

    laish my comment awaiting moderation! mo awal marra i comment!!

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  9. Mishary says:

    Manayer, coz you’ve added some links so the system thought its a spam bas ana tewasa6tlech o sawaitlech approve :)

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  10. Intlxpatr says:

    I liked Ahmad’s suggestion – many Kuwaitis have distant Qatari relations. :-) If you have cousins in Qatar, they know a whole lot more about the fun young people have (which mostly involves cars; go back in the cooler months and you can go dune bashing – one thing I love about Qatar is that you can go anywhere in the desert – no landmines waiting to explode. :-( )

    Hope you have a great adventure. :-)

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  11. meh says:

    ู…ู†ุฏูŠ ุงู„ุฏูˆุญุฉ – ุฃูุถู„ ุชูŠุณ ู…ู…ูƒู† ุชุฃูƒู„ู‡

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  12. 140 Bytes says:

    7ooooooooobah ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  13. I enjoyed my stay in Qatar. I felt free and relaxed during my stay. Wine with diner….delicious!

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  14. Intlxpatr says:

    LOL, I kept looking for an entry on Qatar – only now did I see you didn’t go! Oh no! Hope your boss is impressed with your dedication and work ethic. :-)

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  15. Alya says:

    Well, this is late but I thought I’d leave my input just in case you go again. My family has been there a number of times, and I went there a few weeks ago. This is what we all liked:

    The W Hotel: Everything about it is cool and the interior is so modern and funky. They have good rates and are great for younger visitors. (My parents weren’t too excited about it, they prefer the Four Seasons or the Ritz). Check out ALL their restaurants and their lounge (just to see the interior decor)

    The Pearl: It was really hot when we were there, so we didn’t stay long, but it looks fantastic. Gorgeous views.

    Villagio Mall: Malls in Kuwait are much nicer, but Villagio has all the same shops as the Avenues and it has a lot of cafes.

    Soog Wagif: Didn’t go, but it is recommended, just to see the cultural markets.

    Go “hotel hopping”. Visit as many of the new hotels as you can. They have great restaurants and cool architecture.

    And as someone commented, if you have friends or family there, they will show you around some nice places too.

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