Missing the Belfield "trail"

Here’s a picture of the Crusaders Meet &Train gang, with whom I train in Dublin. In Doha, many people walk and a few run run along the Corniche (not a giant gherkin; it’s what we would call a promenade). You see women dressed head to foot in heavy black with their running shoes sneaking out […]

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Interesting Facts About This Country

LOCATION: Middle East Peninsula; it’s the small thumb beside the Emirates sticking out of Saudia Arabia, with which it has a 60km border.CAPITAL: D*haAREA: 11,437 sq km (about the size of Cork and Kerry combined).COASTLINE: 563km.CLIMATE: Arid; mild, pleasant winters and hot humid summers (up to 50C).TERRAIN: Flat and barren desert; highest point in Q&rayn […]

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Nuns on the Run!

My favourite road sign in this town. Nuns on the run comes to mind!

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Lindie in the Gulf

Here I am, an Irish journalist based in a country in the Gulf . The idea was to take a break from an over-hectic life in Dublin, where I live and work as a sports columnist with the Evening Herald. Since Muslims are determining world policy at the moment, I thought it might be interesting […]

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