Silent Sunday

8:42:00 AM Brooke Neal 10 Comments

We spent a long weekend in Qatar last month. While visiting the souq we were delighted to see/hear a music festival with several different acts performing traditional dances. It was really fun to watch!

On a separate note, we will be spending 3 WEEKS in England this summer (June 24-July 15--I can't wait) and I need an insiders opinion of things we ought not to miss! We've been to London twice before so we've visited the big museums and I've already booked Wimbledon, U2, Stonehenge Inner Circle and Highclere Castle, but what else? We are free to travel the country, so suggest away.

Linking with Photalife

10 comments:

  1. It looks like great fun - and they all look so smart. If you are coming over to the UK then I totally recommend Polperro and Looe in Cornwall if you can get there x

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  2. I'm in the UK june till oct and i'll be visiting Malvern, Bath, Leeds, South Wales and no doubt hundreds of other places, enjoy your trip.

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  3. That looks amazing, what a delight to be in the souq at the right time.

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  4. I love seeing this type of thing when we get to travel

    Thank you for linking up

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  5. Love stumbling upon things like this, so different. #MySundayPhoto

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  6. Great capture!

    I would recommend visiting a National Park or two whilst here in England - the Lake District in particular is lovely!

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  7. I hear Cambridge is very lovely at that time of year!!! Lovely shot, Qatar sounds fascinating! :)

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  8. I wrote a comment earlier which doesn't seem to have worked. I love this photo; I initially thought it was soldiers breaking ranks and laughing on parade before I read that it was a dance. Brilliant! As for England, I'd recommend North Yorkshire for the Dales, Moors and lovely cities/towns like York and Harrogate.

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  9. How exciting. I want to see the Cotswold through your lens.

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  10. Cambridge, Brighton, Cliffs of Dover, eating Indian food in London. Loved bath!

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