Ian Edelman in Doha

Expat exploits in Qatar

Getting out of Doha

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We left Doha last week for a trip back to see family in the UK then on to see more family in the USA. Within a few days, the persistent cough I have suffered since arriving in Qatar was gone and my eyes no longer water. It must because I am not inhaling the fine dust that everyone in Qatar must breathe in everyday.

It was pleasing to see so much spring-time greenery in England. It was back to using my left foot and changing gears rather than driving the automatic I have been used to over the last few years.

Doha is so flat. We are now in San Francisco, a city built on hills. The steepest bit of Doha I ever climb is the little hillock a few metres high on the edge of Aspire Park.

I usually avoid the more personal aspects of my life on this blog, however in this instance I am going to share the newest addition to our family. The main reason for heading to the USA was to see my new grandson… so please meet Kieran Edelman.

kieran

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One thought on “Getting out of Doha

  1. Absolutely,you are right…The climatic conditions in Doha is completely different comparing to England & the DUSTY Climate is making the working conditions more Typical…Any how,Congrats & have great days with Keiran……CHEERS

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