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Paul, I hear you, however if these standards are so exceedingly poor then how can it possibly be that rental in the Marina are so high and often compared... more
Seriously, Bahrain gives citizenship to Sunnis from other countries in order to have the population be Sunnis. And then they complain about Qatar! more
The best solution is charge a passenger more if he likes to take drinks. The more the drink the more he has to pay. I am sure almost 80% of the passengers... more
well articulated - totally agree with your assessment