It really is a shame that some of us - yes - I happen to be an Arab too - have access to the Internet.These are the 250 top keywords which drew traffic to my blog.Makes me think if I should hang up my boots and open a brothel.
Visitors to the archipelago's largest island, Bahrain (meaning 'two seas' in Arabic), can look forward to experiencing a host of attractions, including dazzling white-sand beaches perfect for relaxation, the excellent Bahrain National Museum, super shopping opportunities at the country's air-conditioned, modern shopping malls - home to designer boutiques, jewellery stores, book shops and stores devoted to electronics and gadgets, plus a host of restaurants, nightclubs and bars, along with multi-screen cinemas showing Hollywood, Bollywood and Arabic movies.
A range of water-based activities is also available, including scuba-diving, dolphin-watching, sailing, fishing and kite-surfing, while back on dry land, there are opportunities to experience camel-racing, falconry and horse-racing.
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Bahrain's reputation as a relatively liberal and modern Gulf state has made it a favourite with travellers to the region and is an excellent introduction to the Middle East.
The golf course designed by the Scottish professional golfer, Colin Montgomerie can be found at Bahrain's Royal Golf Club and is a popular place for travelling amateur golfers to play a round while they are away, while visitors to Bahrain who enjoy motorsport will be delighted to learn that, out of season, the Formula One Grand Prix race track at Bahrain International Circuit can be visited, with tours available on selected days that take in the grounds, media centre and control room - it's even possible to take a lap of the circuit, if you wish.