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The atmosphere is different from what we are used to in North America — seeing the Qataris in their national dress can seem intimidating in the beginning.But I can assure you that once you meet the Qatari people, you will find they become some of the most loyal friends you will ever have. [Housing is commonly provided for expatriate staff everywhere in the Middle East.] I am close to work.Once again, I must emphasize: This is not the place to meet women.That being said, there are loads of other things to do in Qatar.However, in the winter the water is cold enough to warrant a wet suit. Thanks to the courses I took, I have been able to drive out to the singing sand dunes, as well as to several ancient forts.Surprisingly enough, it is not like driving through snow in Canada, as I had expected. Although I have gone on a couple of dates, this is not the place to come if you want to meet women.For example, during Qatar's flag-waving, horn-honking, and generally bumper-to-bumper National Day, I do not drive.Back home, I used to have a passion for welding and working in my garage. Since I arrived in Qatar, this has changed, but not for the worse.
Every month, the club brings in guest lecturers from around the Gulf region who speak about everything from archaeological digs in the United Arab Emirates to films of wildlife.
Moving to any new country is an exciting challenge.
For the scoop on what it is like for a Western single guy to live in Qatar, we chatted with someone who has made Doha his home for the past year.
Although cabs are relatively inexpensive around Doha, I chose to own the road by buying a 4x4 Ford Explorer for US,000 from someone leaving Qatar.
Since many expat workers have short contracts, usually lasting only a few years, you can always strike a sweet deal at the "fire sales" expats have when they're returning home. You never know how long it will take you to get from A to B, and you also never know what kind of crazy drivers you will encounter.
But, unlike Toronto and other North American cities, people here in Doha are forced to step outside of their comfort zone to seek friendship.