First off, I apologise for the copy-paste. I was shocked when I read this in the Gulf Times and I did not want to write in anything new. The article is self-explanatory.
(Saw this in Peninsula newspaper. Discussed with my friend and she said she had not seen it on QL. I was dumbstruck. Well, here is the news, I had to make an account just for posting...)
Even the most successful classified websites in the world are plagued by scams, an official of community website, qatarliving.com (QL) , said.
It seems to me one can do limitless amount of exploration in and around Doha, if one has the mind to do it. New experiences can be found even in places like City Centre.
If you and your kids looking for something to do tomorrow, there will be Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra performing children opera Hansel and Gratel (spelling?) tomorrow in Aspire.
Guys,I tell you, go at night to Aspire Academy ground near Khalifa Stadium and have a walk for 5.5KM. It's really fun as they have station for some extra exercises every 200 meters of so!
I visited the new Lulu Supermarket which opened near Al Gharafa last week.
I recently visited the ASPIRE Academy. It was a brilliant experience. I have heard that several foreign teams visit there to play games against their sides.
This may seem like an odd topic of discussion but this goes out to many Women out there esp in Qatar who sometimes are faced with situations where they find themselves having to escape a pestering
Vodafone Qatar announces the promotional international call rate of Dh50-a-minute to any network in the world
We woke up early that morning. We had everything ready to go, our "desert safari" was about to begin and we couldn't wait. We went there early May, so the heat was not that heavy.