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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
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Hello all. I got my first Boeing 777-300ER experience a few months ago with Qatar Airways. I spend most of the month of December in Doha, Qatar for work. They’re building up and planning for the World Cup in 2022.

I flew out on the evening flight from Bangkok to Doha. Check in went fine, went through customs and processed to the gate. What was unusual was the rain. December is the dry season in Thailand but we were having a light drizzle that day.
Boarded the aircraft and sat in my seat. Once again, I had seat karma and the only empty seat on the plane was the one right next to me. Qatar 777s are 3-3-3 seating that was first used by Aeroflot IL-86s and 96s many years ago. It was me, an empty chair and a French guy in the aisle seat.


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We sat at the gate for over 1 hour. No announcement or anything from the flight crew about the delay. I had fallen asleep and then woke up only to see that we were still at the gate an almost an hour had went by. Then the plane pushes back after sitting for an hour and no announcement. We proceed to the runway for take off.
Our takeoff roll was very long. Extremely long! It’s as if we took up every inch of the runway and our ascent was very shallow. Very unusual for a Boeing 777. We took off towards the south and bank to the right. Had a nice tour of the Bangkok skyline above Sukhumvit road downtown since we were so close to the tops of the buildings. We would go in to a steep ascent about 10 minutes in to flight. I’ve been in a few Soviet jetliners that use this takeoff technique but wasn’t expecting it in a Boeing 777.


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My seat karma came to an end when the tall guy in the aisle seat decided to sit right next to me in the middle seat because he was upset that the PTV at his seat wasn’t showing movies.
Meal service begins. I chose the chicken dinner and had it with a vodka tonic. The food tasted fine but nothing to write home about. I had a few more cocktails to wash down the meal.


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The guy next to me falls asleep and that was when I attempted to fall asleep. The guy next to me leans over in to his seat and began to get too comfortable. He then presses his butt up against my thigh and that’s when I had to wake him up and tell him to move over to his assigned seat.
As I try to fall asleep, a foul odor starts to fill the cabin and it got stronger and stronger. They guy next to me and possibly a few other passengers started passing gas in their sleep. Then my stomach starts acting up. Mind you, I have a lead belly and can eat just about anything. I had to get up and use the restroom. I usually do not like to do this on an airplane.

To my surprise, the Qatar Airways 777-300ER has large lavatories in coach.
Like former US Senator Larry Craig (R-Idaho), I have a wide stance while using the restroom. The Qatar Airways 777-300ER has very comfortable lavatories in coach. The last time I had to do this in-flight was on a United Airlines 747-400 in First Class which also has decent sized lavatories.

After handling my business, I went back to my seat but the smell from my seat mates was unbearable. I went back to the rear galley just to ask the flight attendants what the hell was going on. They had received several complaints already and many people were going back & forth to the lavatories. They just kept giving me wine to take my mind off of the bad odors.

I have to give Qatar Airways a lot of credit for hiring the hottest babes from every continent to work as their flight attendants. They’re very friendly and professional too. There were two F/As that wanted my opinion on the wines they offered in flight. One from France, the other from Chile. The two wines were from France and Chile. They each swore that their own wines were the best. I just HAD to keep drinking to find out which wine was best. That went on for a while before I was so tired to the point were the bad gas didn’t bother me. I immediately zonked out and fell asleep. This was the first time I’ve been able to sleep all the way until touchdown. It was the thrust reversers that woke me up.
Sorry but that’s about 3 hours of flight time I can’t report about.


Wake up very tired and proceed off the airplane. Walk down the stairs and boarded a bus. It was after midnight at this point. The bus takes us on a tour of the tarmac of DOH. Saw their beautiful A340-600 and their fleet of 777s along with the new 787 that would be grounded a week later.

Check in with customs, paid my fee and then headed to another bus to take me to another terminal at the airport. DOH is going through a major upgrade at their airport which is almost complete. It will be far more convenient once complete.
The whole process took about 1 hour from the time I got off the airplane to being picked up at curbside.
Very few passengers on my flight stayed in Doha. Most of the plane were French vacationers continuing on to Paris.
The Gulf State carriers have an unfair advantage in offereing cheap flights from Europe to Asia. This hurts carriers such as Air France, British Airways, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines etc.






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View from my room the following morning. Zig-zag towers off in a distance



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Qatar 777 coming in for a landing


I get to my hotel – the Hotel Retaj. I would stay there the first 2 weeks before switching to the Mövenpick. Every hotel was booked up that first week. There was a United Nations convention on Global Warming…..Climate Change that week.
I find it funny that treehuggers from all around the world gathered in a country with hardly any trees at all.



Much of my time was spend working. There really isn’t much to do in Doha other than work. I did get out a few times to go around the city and see what the place had to offer.
I meet a lovely French treehugger at the hotel and we went out to discover Doha together. I didn’t breathe a word about my views on the UN, global warming and politics.   

One the popular place to visit in Doha is the Souq Wa-queef. It’s a new outdoor shopping mall made to look like an old market. There I had the best Middle-Eastern food ever!
I’m a fool for nan and hummus. That nan bread was freshly baked and that is lamb & beef kabob served over a mini-grill with French fries. It was delicious!


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Classic American and British cars on display at the Souq Wa-queef.
This is the same car Marcia Brady drove in her driving test – 1974 Chevrolet Caprice convertible.
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Many of my favorite websites were blocked, including Airliners.net for about a day. I would get this image.
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A very good friend from Airliners.net flew in from the United Arab Emirates to check up on Superfly. The world famous Sam Chui flew in on the plastic Boeing 787 back when those were still in service…


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He understands life in the Middle-East and was looking out for me.
Thanks for the gifts!         
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Alcohol is only sold at 5-star hotels in Qatar and it’s very expensive. One day, me and some co-workers went to the Inter-Continental hotel for their buffet that includes alcohol. It cost $150 USD!
Doha, Qatar is a VERY expensive place!

Probably the most expensive gin & tonic ever.

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Later that day we went down to a bar that was serving alcohol. They had a happy hour which is still about $12 per 12 oz beer. Was there for 1 week and had been dry so we had to splurge and drink. This bar had music that we could select. We started cranking out the Neil Diamond and Tom Jones and started to dance. That went on for about a half an hour until the manager turned off the music and told us to sit down. Apparently one of the sheiks in the hotel was offended that we were all dancing. According to the manager, the hotel didn’t have a dance permit and said that we could be arrested if we danced in an establishment without a permit. Seemed strange so we just sat down and had drinks. Odd that they would threaten me and about a dozen over aged 50 British people for dancing.  http://i270.photobucket.com/albums/jj96/Rush8track/Qatar092_zps8606eb0d.jpg
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Just one day before my flight to Qatar, I had a small motorcycle accident going to a 7Eleven here in Bangkok. I burned my skin on my lower right leg. I had to go to the hospital everyday to treat the wound and replace the bandage/dressing. I met a lovely nurse from The Philippines that replaced my dressing most days. She felt bad that I was in Qatar during the Christmas holiday season. She was able to get access to pork sausage and booze – a permit is required to buy pork and booze. She knew the sausage smuggler that could get me food that is considered contraband in Qatar.
She was nice enough to invite me to her family Christmas party but I would end up leaving before then.


I was in Qatar for their big Independence Day celebration. A few fighter jets do a flyover, songs come from the loudspeakers and I think there is a small parade of some sort. I slept through that part. Thousands of people walk along the Corniche waterfront of Doha waving their national flag. That’s about it. No barbeque, no beer, no fireworks. I’m wondering what was life like before Qatar independence?



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Illuminated condom building


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The old city of Doha




Many would consider eating fast-food in a foreign country blasphemous but Doha is an expensive city and the cultural foods can be expensive on a daily basis. I went a Burger King at their large indoor shopping mall downtown. This has to be the most expensive Whopper, fries and pop. This Whopper combo cost $13 USD!
This sugary strawberry drink is over 16 ounces and could get you arrested in New York City today.

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Don't tell Michael Bloomberg about this.




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I was later moved to the Mövenpick hotel which is also in the Westbay district. It was also a nice hotel. I totally dig their carpets in the hallway. It’s totally groovy and far out. The room came with a DVD player and a local movie.

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My room at the Mövenpick


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Qatari pornography
LOL, just kidding

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Another popular place in Doha is Trader Vic’s at the Hilton. They serve booze and food but no pork. They do have a good cheeseburger.
One evening I was sitting down having a beer with my burger and a drunken Sheik came up to my table and sat down to start a discussion with me. He was very nice and seemed to have a lot to talk about. The manager runs over and tells him to leave my table. I told the manager that everything was ok and that I wanted him to stay and talk. The manager refused and insisted that the drunken Sheik sit in another part of the restaurant. The Sheik left and I asked the manager if that was a restaurant policy or a Qatar national policy. He told me that local Sheiks in traditional attire are not allowed to drink with Westerners. I thought that was kind of odd. He was a graduate of Norwest University in Chicago (my hometown) and was proud that his son goes there now. He was every much Western as I am. I also thought was hilarious that I finally met a real live version of my Halloween costume from about 7 years ago when I was a drunken Sheik for Halloween.




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There really isn't much to do in Doha other than walk along the Corniche waterfront and look up at the condom building.
That get's old quick. I understand that there a lucky handful there with sweete expat gigs with a Western oil & gas company and make lots of money. Other than that, the place is very expensive and one needs to earn at least $15,000 USD a month to live there comfortably.

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After about a month of working in Doha, it was time to leave. I was supposed to be there for 3 months but negotiated a 'plea bargain' or ‘early release’ so to speak.

I flew back on Christmas Eve night. It was a Christmas gift to myself. I am especially lucky because I got the last seat on the plane. I call it a miracle flight. The traffic getting to the airport was a nightmare, despite being so close to the airport. Almost missed the cutoff for checking in. Getting a standby at the last minute on Christmas Eve was a long-shot. Regardless, I made it!
Went to a holding area before our bus came to take us to the airplane.
We left right on time.

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The return flight was a hundred times better than the flight going. Despite the flight being full, everyone was in a great mood. This time I had the middle seat near the window. A very friendly and attractive Aussie babe was on my right, next to the window and a friendly older Frenchman to my left.

Departing Doha was a great feeling! Had nice views of the Doha skyline as well as the Dubai skyline shortly after departing Doha.

The food comes and it smelled a little bit different. I tried the chicken again and I had a good feeling that this chicken was better than the previous flight. It was! It tasted better and had had a delicious creamy sauce. Best of all, no gastrointestinal issues with me or any of the passengers.

Had great conversations with both seatmates. I thought the lady next to me was once a model but in fact she used to work on cars and race them back in Australia. I was very impressed but now her dude works in oil & gas in the Middle-East so no need to work on her cars now. The Frenchman to may left had all sorts of travel stories and dirty jokes to tell. It was a lot of fun chatting with them both and that 7 hour flight felt like 30 minutes.

Listened to some of my favorite bands before landing. I gave the new Rush album Clockwork Angels another listen but still disappointed with the new album. Also listened to the Cure - Disintegration. One of my favorite albums from when I was in high school.

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Another meal served before landing. I slept through this on my flight going to Qatar.

Sunrise over the clouds as we descend in to Bangkok.


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We landed in Bangkok ahead of schedule and was so glad to be back home. Despite the first flight and ups & downs in Doha, I was glad to have a pleasant flight back and get back home to Bangkok.
I love a happy ending.   



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Looking back at the fun I had with the UN sponsored French environmentalist activist lady and the contraband beer & sausage. I'm supposed to recieve 70 lashes and 5 years in jail. I guess I shouldn't return.
Kids, don't do what I did.

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Bring back the Concorde
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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2784 posts, RR: 25
Reply 1, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 9 hours ago) and read 24234 times:

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Qatar 777s are 3-3-3 seating

Which is what puts me off flying them, I prefer the A330s with 2-4-2, I usually request window seats so the middle 4 are no issue for me, besides, if it´s not a full flight you can make a nice bed out the 4.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
To my surprise, the Qatar Airways 777-300ER has large lavatories in coach

OK, I thought I have seen it all on a.net... I was wrong... ¨What has been seen, cannot be unseen¨

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I went back to my seat but the smell from my seat mates was unbearable

Geez, well, on my QR flight from HKG to DOH, I had Mr Smelly seated next to me, dunno what´s worse BO or gas... but that guy never heard of deodorant, showers, or hygiene in general... longest 9 hours of my life.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The bus takes us on a tour of the tarmac of DOH. Saw their beautiful A340-600 and their fleet of 777s

Yeah it may be pretty cool to be driven around next to huge jets, but after an all night long haul it´s a bit drab.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Sam Chui flew in on the plastic Boeing 787

LOL!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
According to the manager, the hotel didn’t have a dance permit and said that we could be arrested if we danced in an establishment without a permit.

ROFLMAO! DOH does not sound like a lot of fun, think I should stick with DXB.

MIAspotter.



I think, therefore I don´t fly Ryanair.
User currently offlineBA677 From UK - England, joined Jan 2012, 80 posts, RR: 0
Reply 2, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 23415 times:

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
More of the condom building

Is that really what they really call it 
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The last time I had to do this in-flight was on a United Airlines 747-400 in First Class which also has decent sized lavatories.



What was the thinking of posting the following image?

But seriously a great report, and I agree with MIAspotter to stick with DXB.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Many of my favorite websites were blocked, including Airliners.net for about a day. I would get this image.

 Wow!
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The world famous Sam Chui flew in on the plastic Boeing 787 back when those were still in service%u2026

best line of the report lol.


User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1294 posts, RR: 4
Reply 3, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days 4 hours ago) and read 23400 times:
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Superfly, I thought I had read and seen it all on a.net.....Hilarious, and you were right when you said "Wait till you see the next report"

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Hello all. I got my first Boeing 777-300ER experience a few months ago with Qatar Airways

Isn't it just such an amazing aircraft!!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Qatar 777s are 3-3-3 seating

I'd take that option over 3-4-3 any day!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Our takeoff roll was very long. Extremely long! It’s as if we took up every inch of the runway and our ascent was very shallow. Very unusual for a Boeing 777
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
We would go in to a steep ascent about 10 minutes in to flight. I

Very unusual. But I guess with the heavy traffic in the area, they are supposed to climb and then have a steep climb later.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
To my surprise, the Qatar Airways 777-300ER has large lavatories in coach.

Okay! I've seen people take pics in the washroom of themselves to give an idea of the washroom size, colours, but this one breaks all the rules lol!!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I went back to the rear galley just to ask the flight attendants what the hell was going on. They had received several complaints already and many people were going back & forth to the lavatories

Must have been a serious case of mild food poisoning, maybe?

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I find it funny that treehuggers from all around the world gathered in a country with hardly any trees at all.

Hilarious...What else is there in those cities besides sand, heat and of course all the artifical natural beauty and concrete skyscrapers.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
A very good friend from Airliners.net flew in from the United Arab Emirates to check up on Superfly.
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
After about a month of working in Doha, it was time to leave. I was supposed to be there for 3 months but negotiated a 'plea bargain' or ‘early release’ so to speak.

Okay this explains why you could not just head over to Dubai for the weekend, and help with your alcohol draught! But then again the same would apply when in Dubai. I guess it's just not possible to enter and leave those countries on a whim.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I finally met a real live version of my Halloween costume from about 7 years ago when I was a drunken Sheik for Halloween.

Hardly the costume I would think of wearing, but probably as a Sheikh but not a drunk one lol

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
There really isn't much to do in Doha other than walk along the Corniche waterfront and look up at the condom building.
That get's old quick. I understand that there a lucky handful there with sweete expat gigs with a Western oil & gas company and make lots of money. Other than that, the place is very expensive and one needs to earn at least $15,000 USD a month to live there comfortably.

Isn't that what they call a building with a similar shape in the UK? $15K a month...I've heard of these types of salaries in the Middle East.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I went a Burger King at their large indoor shopping mall downtown. This has to be the most expensive Whopper, fries and pop. This Whopper combo cost $13 USD!
This sugary strawberry drink is over 16 ounces and could get you arrested in New York City today.

That combo is expensive even by US standards. Strange how these fast food chains have become second nature in the Middle East too....Hey there is even a Tim Horton's in Dubai now

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I flew back on Christmas Eve night. It was a Christmas gift to myself. I am especially lucky because I got the last seat on the plane. I call it a miracle flight. The traffic getting to the airport was a nightmare, despite being so close to the airport. Almost missed the cutoff for checking in. Getting a standby at the last minute on Christmas Eve was a long-shot. Regardless, I made it!
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Just one day before my flight to Qatar, I had a small motorcycle accident going to a 7Eleven here in Bangkok. I burned my skin on my lower right leg. I had to go to the hospital everyday to treat the wound and replace the bandage/dressing. I met a lovely nurse from The Philippines that replaced my dressing most days. She felt bad that I was in Qatar during the Christmas holiday season. She was able to get access to pork sausage and booze – a permit is required to buy pork and booze. She knew the sausage smuggler that could get me food that is considered contraband in Qatar.
She was nice enough to invite me to her family Christmas party but I would end up leaving before then.


Looks like you missed out on a nice Family Christmas Party but glad you made it out on that Christmas eve flight. Did QR decorate the aircraft like SQ does during the holidays? Looks like you had a pretty bad accident before you left.


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
A very friendly and attractive Aussie babe was on my right, next to the window


Great pic! Hope she does get to see it.


User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 4, posted (1 year 7 months 4 days ago) and read 22817 times:

***Sorry for the pants down photo***
Many of us take a lot of time and pride to type up our reports. Often times it's difficult to strike the perfect balance between giving a detailed report and giving too much information. My early reports have been lacking in information and I like to give as much info as possible. Sorry if I've offended anyone.

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 1):
OK, I thought I have seen it all on a.net... I was wrong... ¨What has been seen, cannot be unseen¨

Sorry about that.  
Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 1):
dunno what´s worse BO or gas...

BO is worse!
Gas is usually a short time inconvenience but BO stays with that person until they shower.

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 1):
but after an all night long haul it´s a bit drab.

Agreed. That is why I didn't have any photos to include. I was so tired when I got to Doha.

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 1):
ROFLMAO! DOH does not sound like a lot of fun, think I should stick with DXB.

At that point, I was sick of the M.E. all together. Many long term expats in Qatar were telling me that Doha is Dubai 20 years ago. Well that wasn't exactly a selling point for me.

Quoting BA677 (Reply 2):
Is that really what they really call it

Unofficially yes.

Quoting BA677 (Reply 2):
What was the thinking of posting the following image?

Just being detailed oriented.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Superfly, I thought I had read and seen it all on a.net.....Hilarious, and you were right when you said "Wait till you see the next report"

I'm full of surprises.  
Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Okay! I've seen people take pics in the washroom of themselves to give an idea of the washroom size, colours, but this one breaks all the rules lol!!

Breaking the rules wasn't my intention.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Must have been a serious case of mild food poisoning, maybe?

Yes. That is exactly what happened.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Hilarious...What else is there in those cities besides sand, heat and of course all the artifical natural beauty and concrete skyscrapers.

One cool thing about the Middle East is they drive a lot of beautiful American V8 sedans.  
I saw lots of Chrysler 300Cs, Mercury Grand Marquis, Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac STS-Vs, CTS-Vs, Dodge Challengers, Chevrolet Caprices along with the usual European imports. I saw more SUVs there than on your typical American city. The UN 'warmist' crowd had nothing to say about that....

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Okay this explains why you could not just head over to Dubai for the weekend, and help with your alcohol draught! But then again the same would apply when in Dubai. I guess it's just not possible to enter and leave those countries on a whim.

Not worth the hassle.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
Isn't that what they call a building with a similar shape in the UK?

That has a smaller base.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 3):
That combo is expensive even by US standards. Strange how these fast food chains have become second nature in the Middle East too....Hey there is even a Tim Horton's in Dubai now

Doha has a Tim Horton's. Now I want to try the one in Yellowknife....



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User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1294 posts, RR: 4
Reply 5, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 22705 times:
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Superfly!

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
***Sorry for the pants down photo***

Hey like I said you are a funny guy, and that photo probably was not appropriate......but honestly now I'm starting to think people reading your comment above will be wondering "What pants down photo??" ..     

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
Breaking the rules wasn't my intention.

I know it wasn't your intention to break any rules...You were just being yourself... funny...Anyway glad you removed it...and yes this report truly made me cry with laughter..... The photo with the "Meal Times" was classic..must have brought a smile to the face of the FA serving your area  


User currently offlineflightsimboy From Canada, joined Sep 2005, 1294 posts, RR: 4
Reply 6, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 23 hours ago) and read 22697 times:
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Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
Doha has a Tim Horton's

Wow even Doha has a Tim Horton's? Nice!


User currently offlineContinental From United States of America, joined Jun 2000, 5519 posts, RR: 18
Reply 7, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 22388 times:

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
There really isn't much to do in Doha other than walk along the Corniche waterfront and look up at the condom building.

Haha I love your name for the building. I loved this whole report, actually. Hilarious and the photos were great.


User currently offlineAdventuristo From Canada, joined Feb 2013, 18 posts, RR: 0
Reply 8, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 21 hours ago) and read 22315 times:

Superfly I freaking love your reports man! Bringing food, sex and aviation together is... Awesome. Kind of reminds of when George Costanza tried to combine sex, food and TV LOL. Beer's on me if I'm ever in your neck of the woods.

My dad worked in Qatar when I was a teenager, sure has changed a fair bit since then! I love Arabic food, but I guess that's downside and there's not much else to do eh?


User currently offlineQatarA340 From Qatar, joined May 2006, 1860 posts, RR: 10
Reply 9, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 20 hours ago) and read 22235 times:

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
One the popular place to visit in Doha is the Souq Wa-queef. It’s a new outdoor shopping mall made to look like an old market.

I dont get the "queef" part? Its actually more than 200 years old but has been renovated.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Apparently one of the sheiks in the hotel was offended that we were all dancing. According to the manager, the hotel didn’t have a dance permit and said that we could be arrested if we danced in an establishment without a permit. Seemed strange so we just sat down and had drinks.

You should ask where the dance clubs are; if you are sitting in a bar, its not a Cabaret so yes dancing wont be allowed.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
This sugary strawberry drink is over 16 ounces and could get you arrested in New York City today.

loool

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
One evening I was sitting down having a beer with my burger and a drunken Sheik came up to my table and sat down to start a discussion with me. He was very nice and seemed to have a lot to talk about. The manager runs over and tells him to leave my table. I told the manager that everything was ok and that I wanted him to stay and talk. The manager refused and insisted that the drunken Sheik sit in another part of the restaurant.

How do you know it was a Sheik? And there is no such thing as Westerners cant talk with locals.



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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 10, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 21620 times:

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 5):
Hey like I said you are a funny guy, and that photo probably was not appropriate

I aim to put the reader in the same seat as me.

Quoting flightsimboy (Reply 5):
The photo with the "Meal Times" was classic..must have brought a smile to the face of the FA serving your area  

It was to get the attention of one of the F/A. She was a gorgeous lady from Thailand.
She laughed. 
Quoting Continental (Reply 7):
Haha I love your name for the building.

Many of the other expats living there call it that. Not sure what the official name of the building is.

Quoting Adventuristo (Reply 8):
Superfly I freaking love your reports man! Bringing food, sex and aviation together is... Awesome. Kind of reminds of when George Costanza tried to combine sex, food and TV LOL. Beer's on me if I'm ever in your neck of the woods.

Haha! Just trying to give a comprehensive, detail oriented trip report.
Let me know next time you're in town.

Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 9):
I dont get the "queef" part? Its actually more than 200 years old but has been renovated.

Hey! Great to meet a local Qatar member! I wish I knew of some when I was there.
I checked up and I mis-spelled the word. It's the Souq waquif. I'm surprised it's that old. They're doing a fantastic job keeping it looking new & clean.

Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 9):
You should ask where the dance clubs are; if you are sitting in a bar, its not a Cabaret so yes dancing wont be allowed.

An older, over-weight British lady can't be harmful. She started dancing and others followed and well that's how it all started.
Went to the Crystal Lounge at the W hotel.
Funny watching people that don't drink that much get drunk.

Quoting QatarA340 (Reply 9):
How do you know it was a Sheik? And there is no such thing as Westerners cant talk with locals.

What are the guys in white robes with the hair piece? I'm wondering why the restaurant manger made the guy leave. He was very nice and I wanted to chat with him. I thought the whole ordeal was strange.

[Edited 2013-03-22 01:49:11]


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User currently onlineAR385 From Mexico, joined Nov 2003, 6352 posts, RR: 31
Reply 11, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 21613 times:
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Great report. Too bad about the aircraft loo photo. I always appreciate those, as I´m in your camp regarding toilett size.

So. Doha is a dump.

Hope they change for the World Cup. I´m showing this report to my customers. Maybe they´ll preferr to spend their time at Dubai and only fly to Doha for certain games. Judging by your experience, I would do that.

Thanks for sharing.


User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 12, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 12 hours ago) and read 21552 times:

Quoting AR385 (Reply 11):
I´m in your camp regarding toilett size.

LOL!
It was a very comfortable seat. More comfortable than some seats on LCC airlines.

Quoting AR385 (Reply 11):
So. Doha is a dump.

Well I wont go that far. Some go there and have a great time. Doha is a clean city but too strict and expensive for my taste. My hope is that they loosen up on their laws in regards to booze and unwed couples sharing hotel rooms. It's 9 years away from now and I do expect things to change before then.



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User currently offlineMIAspotter From Spain, joined Nov 2001, 2784 posts, RR: 25
Reply 13, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 21385 times:

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
Sorry if I've offended anyone.

None at all, I found it hilarious.

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
Sorry about that.  

  

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
BO is worse!
Gas is usually a short time inconvenience but BO stays with that person until they shower.

True, which in the case of my seat mate that day, he never showered, I asked him where he was heading, he said Kuwait and I was relieved, if he was on my BCN flight on the same seat, I would have claimed political asylum in DOH.   

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
Agreed. That is why I didn't have any photos to include. I was so tired when I got to Doha.

Exactly, and the transit terminal is not nice either, just chairs and people, people everywhere! I did managed to spot one of their C17s tho.

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
One cool thing about the Middle East is they drive a lot of beautiful American V8 sedans.  
I saw lots of Chrysler 300Cs, Mercury Grand Marquis, Lincoln Town Cars, Cadillac STS-Vs, CTS-Vs, Dodge Challengers, Chevrolet Caprices along with the usual European imports. I saw more SUVs there than on your typical American city. The UN 'warmist' crowd had nothing to say about that....

Well, with cheap gas its easy to do, same as in Venezuela. filling up a tank costs pennies.

MIAspotter.



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User currently offlinefalstaff From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 6124 posts, RR: 29
Reply 14, posted (1 year 7 months 3 days 2 hours ago) and read 20607 times:
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Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
They had a happy hour which is still about $12 per 12 oz beer.

I can buy that beer in Dearborn for $6 a six pack....

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
That nan bread was freshly baked and that is lamb & beef kabob served over a mini-grill with French fries. It was delicious!

That looks great!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Many of my favorite websites were blocked

Shocking! I bet most of your favorite websites would be blocked on the computers at my work too. LOL!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
This Whopper combo cost $13 USD!

You could buy lots of whoppers for $13 at home.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The return flight was a hundred times better than the flight going

Good to hear!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Sunrise over the clouds as we descend in to Bangkok.

That girl didn't look too bad

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Looking back at the fun I had with the UN sponsored French environmentalist activist lady and the contraband beer

Hard to believe you could have fun with a green activist.



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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 15, posted (1 year 7 months 2 days 15 hours ago) and read 19984 times:

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 13):
Exactly, and the transit terminal is not nice either, just chairs and people, people everywhere! I did managed to spot one of their C17s tho.

I have a friend working on the new airport. It sounds like it's going to be spectacular.

Quoting MIAspotter (Reply 13):
Well, with cheap gas its easy to do, same as in Venezuela. filling up a tank costs pennies.

Awesome! Drill baby drill!

Quoting falstaff (Reply 14):
Shocking! I bet most of your favorite websites would be blocked on the computers at my work too. LOL!

Haha!  
Quoting falstaff (Reply 14):
Hard to believe you could have fun with a green activist.

Depending on how attractive she is, I can look beyond the green activist part.



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User currently offlinefalstaff From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 6124 posts, RR: 29
Reply 16, posted (1 year 7 months 2 days 5 hours ago) and read 19488 times:
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Quoting Superfly (Reply 15):
Depending on how attractive she is, I can look beyond the green activist part

Most green activists I have met are far from attractive. Of course we don't get many in Wayne County, Michigan.



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User currently offlineBA677 From UK - England, joined Jan 2012, 80 posts, RR: 0
Reply 17, posted (1 year 7 months 2 days 4 hours ago) and read 19397 times:

Quoting Superfly (Reply 4):
***Sorry for the pants down photo***
Many of us take a lot of time and pride to type up our reports. Often times it's difficult to strike the perfect balance between giving a detailed report and giving too much information. My early reports have been lacking in information and I like to give as much info as possible. Sorry if I've offended anyone.



Defintaly not me. I was just thinking WTF. It is always good when a raport has more than the basic details (excluding underwear etc) and the authers personality comes across.

Looking foward to the next one.  


User currently offlinefalstaff From United States of America, joined Jun 2006, 6124 posts, RR: 29
Reply 18, posted (1 year 7 months 1 day 2 hours ago) and read 18595 times:
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Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The room came with a DVD player and a local movie.

I would love to have that DVD just for the funny artwork on it.



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User currently offlineabrelosojos From Venezuela, joined May 2005, 5124 posts, RR: 55
Reply 19, posted (1 year 7 months 21 hours ago) and read 18259 times:

Thanks a lot for the report. QR and Doha are not my cup of tea. I find the country way too crass.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The guy next to me falls asleep and that was when I attempted to fall asleep. The guy next to me leans over in to his seat and began to get too comfortable. He then presses his butt up against my thigh and that’s when I had to wake him up and tell him to move over to his assigned seat.

= Haha. Reminded me of the VS Upper Class ad ...

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I just HAD to keep drinking to find out which wine was best.

= Oh yes. You just HAD to  .

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Later that day we went down to a bar that was serving alcohol. They had a happy hour which is still about $12 per 12 oz beer. Was there for 1 week and had been dry so we had to splurge and drink. This bar had music that we could select. We started cranking out the Neil Diamond and Tom Jones and started to dance. That went on for about a half an hour until the manager turned off the music and told us to sit down. Apparently one of the sheiks in the hotel was offended that we were all dancing. According to the manager, the hotel didn’t have a dance permit and said that we could be arrested if we danced in an establishment without a permit. Seemed strange so we just sat down and had drinks. Odd that they would threaten me and about a dozen over aged 50 British people for dancing.  

= Aah ... Qatar. I once had a project with the crazy man himself. It was all interesting. I was offered a VP position at QR with more money than I can dream of. Then, came the work environment ... and, the hidden cameras at QR HQ ...

Thanks a lot for sharing. I am glad you survived your endeavour.

Saludos,
Alex



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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 20, posted (1 year 7 months 1 hour ago) and read 17976 times:

Quoting BA677 (Reply 17):
Defintaly not me. I was just thinking WTF. It is always good when a raport has more than the basic details (excluding underwear etc) and the authers personality comes across.

I think I now know my limits in terms of what to share. No more underwear shots again.

Quoting falstaff (Reply 18):
I would love to have that DVD just for the funny artwork on it.

If anyone can read Arabic, please translate.

Quoting abrelosojos (Reply 19):
Oh yes. You just HAD to

Well I knew I was going to a dry country, sort of.

Quoting abrelosojos (Reply 19):
the hidden cameras at QR HQ

Huh?   



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User currently onlinejwhite9185 From United Kingdom, joined May 2007, 1339 posts, RR: 12
Reply 21, posted (1 year 6 months 4 weeks 1 hour ago) and read 17293 times:

Hi there Superfly,

Very entertaining read there! Also good to get an insight into QR and Doha. Wouldn't mind trying out QR, but in keeping with the tradition of Doha, they always work out the most expensive option.

Too bad about the gas on the outbound flight - that cant of been too great. I once had somebody sat in front with a bad case of BO on a LHR-LAX sector - that wasn't much fun.



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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 22, posted (1 year 6 months 3 weeks 3 days 13 hours ago) and read 16349 times:

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 21):
Very entertaining read there!

Thanks. Glad you enjoyed.

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 21):
Also good to get an insight into QR and Doha.

Seems like most who fly Qatar Airways do not spend any time in Qatar at all.

Quoting jwhite9185 (Reply 21):
Too bad about the gas on the outbound flight -

Well even the best airlines can't be perfect all the time.

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I was later moved to the Mövenpick hotel which is also in the Westbay district. It was also a nice hotel. I totally dig their carpets in the hallway. It’s totally groovy and far out.

These image was supposed to be in the original post along with the others.


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User currently offlineakhmad From Netherlands, joined Sep 2005, 2486 posts, RR: 53
Reply 23, posted (1 year 5 months 2 weeks 6 days 9 hours ago) and read 14167 times:

Hi there Larry,

Very nice to read about your experience with Qatar Economy!  


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Once again, I had seat karma and the only empty seat on the plane was the one right next to me.
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
when the tall guy in the aisle seat decided to sit right next to me in the middle seat

Well, c’est la vie!   


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
We sat at the gate for over 1 hour. No announcement or anything from the flight crew about the delay. I had fallen asleep and then woke up only to see that we were still at the gate an almost an hour had went by. Then the plane pushes back after sitting for an hour and no announcement.

So, the delay was one plus one (two) hours!? Did you ask by any chance what was going on?

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Our takeoff roll was very long. Extremely long!

Odd! It wasn’t even a ULH flight!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
He then presses his butt up against my thigh and that’s when I had to wake him up and tell him to move over to his assigned seat.

Way to go!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
foul odor starts to fill the cabin and it got stronger and stronger. They guy next to me and possibly a few other passengers started passing gas in their sleep.
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
went back to my seat but the smell from my seat mates was unbearable. I went back to the rear galley just to ask the flight attendants what the hell was going on. They had received several complaints already and many people were going back & forth to the lavatories.

Now I understand what you meant by the chicken dish! It must have been awful to cope with food poisoning like that!   


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
I have to give Qatar Airways a lot of credit for hiring the hottest babes from every continent to work as their flight attendants.

Also the cutest hunks!  


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
They’re very friendly and professional too. There were two F/As that wanted my opinion on the wines they offered in flight. One from France, the other from Chile. The two wines were from France and Chile. They each swore that their own wines were the best. I just HAD to keep drinking to find out which wine was best.

Sweet! I can only agree with you that F/As are just the ones who make your journey a memorable one!

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
the new 787 that would be grounded a week later.

But, back in business by now!   


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
One the popular place to visit in Doha is the Souq Wa-queef. It’s a new outdoor shopping mall made to look like an old market. There I had the best Middle-Eastern food ever!

My mouth is watering just by the food presentation!   


Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Apparently one of the sheiks in the hotel was offended that we were all dancing. According to the manager, the hotel didn’t have a dance permit and said that we could be arrested if we danced in an establishment without a permit.
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
The manager runs over and tells him to leave my table. I told the manager that everything was ok and that I wanted him to stay and talk. The manager refused and insisted that the drunken Sheik sit in another part of the restaurant. The Sheik left and I asked the manager if that was a restaurant policy or a Qatar national policy. He told me that local Sheiks in traditional attire are not allowed to drink with Westerners. I thought that was kind of odd.

So many countries, so many customs…

Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
Had great conversations with both seatmates.
Quoting Superfly (Thread starter):
It was a lot of fun chatting with them both and that 7 hour flight felt like 30 minutes.

How seatmates can make a difference! It sounds a Christmas gift to you apart from the last seat.   


Have a nice weekend and thank you for sharing the link.  

Suryo  



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User currently offlineSuperfly From Thailand, joined May 2000, 39906 posts, RR: 75
Reply 24, posted (1 year 5 months 2 weeks 5 days 1 hour ago) and read 13394 times:

Quoting Adventuristo (Reply 8):
I freaking love your reports man! Bringing food, sex and aviation together is... Awesome. Kind of reminds of when George Costanza tried to combine sex, food and TV LOL.

Come to think of it, George Costanza bought a used Chrysler Lebaron convertible just like I did.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
So, the delay was one plus one (two) hours!? Did you ask by any chance what was going on?

It was one hour. My guess was because of the rain.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
Way to go!

If it was a cute gal, I wouldn't have mind.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
Now I understand what you meant by the chicken dish! It must have been awful to cope with food poisoning like that!

I'm sure it could have been worse. "Food poisoning" sounds too dramatic.
It was just some nasty rotten chicken.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
Sweet! I can only agree with you that F/As are just the ones who make your journey a memorable one!

I've got to hand it to Qatar Airways. They did right with their selection of flight attendants.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
But, back in business by now!

I'm in no rush to get on one.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
My mouth is watering just by the food presentation!

The best Middle-Eastern food I've ever ate. I still have dreams about that nan bread!   
It was freshly baked from the oven.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
So many countries, so many customs…

That was too bad. Sitting down & talking over a beer can break down so many cultural barriers.

Quoting akhmad (Reply 23):
How seatmates can make a difference! It sounds a Christmas gift to you apart from the last seat.

Yes it was. The two flights were night & day.



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