How a Desert City Provided the U.S. Dept. of Energy With Some Interesting Information
It’s important to stay cool in Qatar because it can get uncomfortably hot there, particularly during the summer months. Temperatures in this incredibly wealthy Persian Gulf state regularly soar well above 100 degrees Fahrenheit from around May through to September. In fact, many expats and tourists alike find great difficulty adjusting to the hot and humid summer heat.
Driving in and around Doha, Qatar’s capital city of just under 2 million people, is another aspect of daily life which causes expats more than just the odd headache or two. The insane levels of traffic are almost guaranteed to send the blood pressure rocketing, unless emotions are kept firmly in check. But all that aside, there are also huge compensations for the thousands of expats living and working in Qatar, not least the excellent personal banking services to take care of the mega salaries on offer! Continue reading