The Maisonette Hotel
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... with toast.
At 5:15 we left very early for the airport which turned into a blessing as the 40 min run turned into over 90 minutes! After a Thai dinner it was time for me to say goodbye - reversing rolls as normally its Trevor who is on his way! Mom and I were meeting in Dubai. Because Dubai is such a large airport I ...
... off at 6 am onwards and flying
until 11 pm. We probably would not have minded this except that we had
single pane windows and would sometimes have to stop our conversation
while the plane finished flying overhead. Somehow no one mentioned any
of these things in any of the reviews online for the accommodation. With
no word from our landlord and no idea where to park our car the next
day, at midnight that first night we madly put out an email to ...
... married or had kids! We had an evening round her friend Emma's house with the rest of the crew for some drinks, nibbles and hot tub. Turned out to be quite a boozy one and woke up the next day with a banging headache, been a while since we got on it. That day was pretty much a write off, a day of rest, although not easy in that house. The next gathering was a bit more formal, a meal at a thai restaurant, beautiful food, probably the most we ...
... terminal is tight. Lady at transfer desk drops cryptic comment. "When you get off the bus, don't forget to check at the Air Canada counter." Air Canada counter. "Ah, there's a slight delay to your flight." "How much?" "Ah, well, about ten hours."
Like I said, here I am sitting on the seat. Nanette is off somewhere browsing in the shops. It took me about three minutes to scan the duty free and decide the portable hard drives are ...
... beside the Harbour Bridge to see the Terracotta Warrior lanterns - an artist's display of 90 different coloured warrior lanterns based on the Terracotta Army in China. They were amazing, there were all different sizes and shapes and even a couple of horses and the setting was beautiful with the city and the bridge all lit up behind them.
Days 98-104 (23rd Feb-1st March)
Another standard week at work - Katie's contract has been extended at her job so she ...