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Instead, masala wafts from pots, the Costa on the edge of the promenade is basting the breeze with cinnamon sugar, and the road right behind us adds a hint of exhaust fumes. The kids have been set loose and they run everywhere, with the universal abandon of barefoot children with lawn underfoot.
It seems like every third child has a falcon-shaped kite. The falcon kites make me think of the gold, embossed falcon on an iPhone cover I saw earlier at the souk. When converting the price tag, it was worth as much as my car back home. At sunset, strolling along the Corniche will give you the best view of the city. Visit between November and April to avoid the beastly hot summers — although almost everything is air-conditioned, so if your itinerary is mostly indoors, you might not even notice. Visas need to be applied for beforehand — they cost R2 and are usually processed within seven to 10 working days, though you should allow 15 to 30 days.
The visa application documents can be found at qatarembassy. English is widely spoken. Women should keep their elbows, shoulders and knees covered. The weekend is Friday and Saturday, rather than Saturday and Sunday. Alcohol is only available at certain five-star hotels, and bears the price tag to match. You can get around fairly easily in the turquoise Karwa taxis — about R83 QR20 for a minute ride.
Go to the Museum of Islamic Art. There are four floors of artefacts, from those related to science and calligraphy to everyday ornaments that belonged to emperors and sultans, spanning more than years. Entrance is free and the museum is closed on Tuesdays. It was started as a private collection in the s, by the emir, who was interested in curating the stories of art and culture from the Islamic world. The collection was donated to the Qatar Foundation, and now stocks over 9 pieces.
It left me feeling exhilarated, my mind stretched in the way that good art should do. It is open from 11am — 6pm Wednesday to Sunday and 3pm — 8pm on Fridays. Paddle in the mangroves of Al Khor.
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It costs from R pp excluding transport to and from Al Khor. A five-minute camel ride through the sandy dunes just outside the city is a popular tourist attraction. Not for me, though. Rooms are large and beautifully furnished. From R per person sharing. Damasca One in the Souq Waqif is known for its shisha balcony and Syrian food.
Get a selection of appetisers, so you can sample everything. From R per appetiser. From R for a three-course set menu.