This is an overdue post.
September 10 (1st day):
Location: Al Sultan Beach Resort, Al Khor Qatar
We left our home in Doha at exactly 9 o’clock in the morning. Hubby was in a hurry since we need to pass by the gasoline station to buy water along the way. We arrived at Sultan Beach Resort around 9:45am – we checked in. We stayed inside the room and decided to take a nap with the little one. Buffet lunch will be served between 11am to 1pm, so we still had the time to rest and prepare for a long day ahead of us. Too bad I wasn’t able to take photos using my SLR while we were eating. I was too lazy to bring along with me my cam since I was so sleepy when the lunch was served.
After a sumptuous lunch, we went back to our rooms again and decided to sleep since most of us slept too late the day before. Baby J I guess got tired as well since she slept too.
We alarmed our phone past 5:30pm to get ready for a swim.
Baby J had a good time in the pool. Made herself as if she knows how to swim. The water in the kiddy pool was up to her chest, just perfect for her to walk around. I was around all the time beside her. She doesn’t want me to hold her while she walk-swim. Brave enough to be on her own. Masha’Allah!
September 11 (2nd day):
And here’s another set of random photos as well taken on the 2nd day. We woke up looking the sun outside. See the little one on the first photo? I was taking some random photos and she wanted to look over as well.
Breakfast was served from 7:30am to 10am. The gang were all up just about time to eat.
And then on lunch, we ordered food and see the photo beside the bed? Their Carbonara is one so mouth watering! So yummy! Delicious!
September 12 (3rd day):
And here’s our last day. I decided to take baby Julia out for a quick photo session. She’s growing up so fast. Oh dear! Thank you oh God for giving us this day to enjoy ourselves as a family.
I will try to post some pictures of our first trip here in Sultan Beach resort. We first went here last 2007, then 2008 (when I was I think 7 or 8 months carrying baby J). 2009 was the most boring Eid ever. We stayed at home only that time since baby J was still small and precious to carry on a long trip. That’s why this year, we really made sure we enjoy our 1st Eid Holiday together.
Eid is one of the best working days ever for the year. Looking forward for this month end’s pay day since it’s a double pay. And then we had to plan payday advances for our next month’s annual vacation to Philippines. We have to save up for it.