Saturday, July 13, 2013

Ramadan 2013 – Day 3, Everyone Staying Up Late

Ramadan 2013 â€" Day 3, Everyone Staying Up Late

Since the weekend, I slept in. Most people try to sleep as much as possible during the day, because it is easier to quickly.

that fasting is more difficult on weekends than during the week. The work is to help the disruption and keep you busy for days. Once the weekend rolls around it becomes more difficult to divert your attention. I do not like staying at home (food is always at hand), but there is not much to do outside (too hot to walk around the stores and shops are closed). Can exercise either because you can not drink the water. So to get out of my apartment to go to the office to do some work.

Turkey Murat Then my friend called me, he and his wife left the mosque after (noon) Zuhr prayer. They are in the same situation too early to take a nap, do not want to stay home and tried the food, and it was too hot to walk. So we agreed to meet at the Hilton for a while and talk. I went to the Hilton and we sat in the lobby with a coffee (which was closed) and just chatted for a while to pass the time. That's pretty much everything I do on a Friday afternoon. A little after 2:00 we left and went back to the house, naps for more than 2 hours, then be ready to break the fast.

In a recent blog post I mentioned briefly how Qatar is in its most active at night. I do not know how people who do not live in this area really understand how things are moving in the night so tonight I went to the mall and take a few photos:

During Ramadan, the mall is open until 13:00

You want to do banking at 22:45? Of

It was shortly after 11 - Time

Many people who shop - at 11:30 am

passed during Ramadan government set the price for many go ods avoid abusive. Must show the price mandated stores.

11:45 p.m. ET many people in the mall

Even still, there is a lot of traffic to the mall!

During Ramadan in Qatar, it is really rare to have the whole family walking in the mall in the middle of the night. At least it was summer so no school, otherwise I'm not sure how school-age children will manage to stay up late and then go to school the next day.

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