Qatar

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Where did you go?

Doha.

Were there any language barriers? 

Many people speak English in Qatar.

What tourist attractions did you visit?

I visited the Souq Waqif, Museum of Islamic Art and the Villaggio and didn’t run into any issues.

Did your IBD cause you any issues on this trip?

No.

Can you recommend how many days/weeks is a good time to visit this location?

Avoid travelling between May-September due to extremely dry summer heat and sandstorms. You really can stay as long as you like.

Can you tell us what the cuisine is like?

Food variety in Doha is abundant, with Middle Eastern and Italian cuisine being the most common. Majority of food outlets are more than acceptable, and many are luxurious and quite delicious.

How are the toilets?

The same as Australia and very clean, however due to Islamic custom; toilets are fitted with a hand held shower head to “wash yourself down” after toilet use to ensure personal cleanliness.

On a scale of 1-5 how much does your IBD affect you?

(1 being in remission and 5 being in a flare)

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On a scale of 1-5, how difficult was it to manage your IBD while on this trip?

(1 being no issues and 5 being very difficult to manage)

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Were there any activities which challenged your IBD management? 

No.

Would you recommend this place for people who have IBD? 

Yes.

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