A) What the hell is that?
(It’s a dovecot/Piegon hole thang?)
B) and why the hell did it look by one of Pakistan’s most loved desserts, kulfi?
These are a part of Katara Village and I guess they represent a part of the historic architecture of the city. The Katara Village also has a huge amphitheater, which I did not get to see from the inside because some cute looking guys in tuxedo were having a major, flashy event there. I did however get to look at them cute guys in detail so I guess that evens it out.
It’s probably because I have only lived in Pakisatan (minus the Bangkok part) but I have never seen a clearer, beautiful-er sea.
On the way in I saw this incredibly chic restaurant and for some reason it looked like a restaurant from Paris. There were some restaurants there, which offered both a sitting out or dining in option. I saw these large paintings of Arabic girls with bold and heavy gold jewelry.
And on the way back I saw them; the thing I wanted to see the most: Gandhi’s three monkey sculptures by Sumodh Gupta. They are headpieces of these army guys, each a representation of Gandhi’s famous principle “see no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil”. Take a closer look and you would be able to see that the helmet, for example is made up of weird items like pans and pots and saucepans!
All in all I found the place a great site to see. I would love to go back again.
P.S They also have a restaurant called Saffron which is a Michelin star restaurant. How’s that?!