Calling all Irish.......
Im here in Doha 2 months now and Im missing the friendly Irish accent terrribly. Would really like to meet up with like-minded Irish people to have some cool and fun adventures with. While Im here Im planning to join the sub aqua club to go diving. So if your into diving too get in contact.
So all you interesting Irish people get mailing......
Just to let you know some of us Irish will be celebrating St.Patricks Day in the way only Irish know how to. Hope you'll be able to make it out, i don't know if you're aware but your profile isn't accepting any emails so i cant get in touch with you. Anyway hope to chat to you soon.
Conas ata tu?, i know it's hard to believe but young Irish people do exist in Qatar. I'm 26, from Dublin and working full-time in Doha. I've got another Irish friend here, she's from Waterford and i was at an Irish bbq last month so there is a little community here ya just have to seek them out. Believe me, when i first got here i was missing home and wanted to hear an Irish accent and it makes all the difference when you do cos you know you're not the only one here. If you want to meet up with us for a drink or for the rugby when we're gonna kick ass in the six nations then drop me a line. My email is: email@example.com.
Calling all irish-Lynx- I lived mostly in the West End(A little time in Govan, less said the better) now have a place in Whiteinch, beside the clyde tunnel. So where did you study? Did my time at the Caley. Finding Qatar pretty alright to be honest, the driving is nuts, starting to miss the M8! You definitely need to fill your evenings, or you'll end up watching oprah 6 nights a week.(On the 7th night, you'll end up kicking the telly)I'm hopefully going to try my hand at Kite surfing next week, should be a laugh, or a tragedy... and the Asian Games should fill the time. Fancy going to the showjumping? not the RDS, but worth a look.
(Sorry, for not getting back faster, need to RTFM when it comes to navigating websites, I now have the hang of this)
She came from Greece she had a thirst for knowledge,
she studied sculpture at Saint Martin's College,
that's where I,
caught her eye.......
so where in glasgow did you stay, my two sisters have lived there for nearly 9 years now. I studied my degree there also.
How are you finding Qatar? a lil quiet right??
everybody is trying to be friendly to u !!! i wish i can change to a female to get this attention ;0
Hey Lynx, just new to these shores myself. From Dublin via Glasgow. A bit green where it comes to Qatar, drop me a line for a natter.
Listen, can you feel the cool winds coming from north !! :( reminds me europ
Thank you for your sweet message.
Hope you are well also.
Enjoying Qatar alot so far.
How are you, hope you are fine :) we Qataries talk slang too he he he, i bet you wont understand a word ;) , love to hear the irish slang language too, whenever i hear them on tv i try to say it like them, hope you like it here in Doha
enjoy your stay dear
its not only my favorite movies, its my bible:).
you are right, it helps to have your family with you, i will be moving to doha in december without my wife and kids for the first year, and i am nervous already, but i know i will fit in since i will take the opportunity to get to know new people from different cultures as well
Yes it can be hard at times but Im living here with family which is a blessing. Dont know what Id do without them. but I am missing the warm and friendly nature of my fellow country men. But that doesnt mean Im not open to meeting people from different cultures. Im always intrigued to learn of new things.
Ps like the name, The GodFather is one of my fav movies.
Hi Lynx, i know its hard to be living far from home, beleive i 've had thisd experience, but trust me, since you will only be here fort a while, you should try and meet people from different cultures, i know u will find many here