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... an older couple from Toowoomba and a young couple from Melbourne. We drove for about 45 mins into the desert and passed a camel farm. Apparently camel racing is a big thing here, but they don’t use human jockeys any more, they use robots. We were first shown a Falcon display - these birds are the fastest animal on earth and the Bedouin used them for hunting.
It was then on through the sand dunes for our sunset drive. ...
It is the evening of June 28 and we are all ready for the first leg of our journey, from Dubai to Perth (via a short stopover in Doha, Qatar). Since moving out of our villa in Dubai on June 21, we spent the last week living in a hotel while we waited for Agostino to return from his school trip in Malaysia (for World Scholar's Cup). Our late night flight was booked, and online ...
... seems like a long trip but in actual fact, due to connection times, it's about the same travel time.
I didn't really sleep on the flight to Bangkok, as it is a daytime flight - as I'm now at home finishing this entry off a week later, I can't really remember what I did on this flight, but I know I discovered that the business class seats have a massage mode!!! Amazing!!!
Arriving into Bangkok I felt quite rushed... I find Suvarnabhumi ...
... bus stop (as you do) unloaded and that was it. "Toodles old boy, until next time." We sprinted to check in through our own designated desk, breezed through immigration (another passport stamp) and security (which was surprisingly straight forward) and then we set off on the long, long walk to duty free and our gate, still with legs crossed (they're not big on public conveniences around here it seems). Time may' re been tight, but we knew we weren't going to ...
... noise. Down the mall came Sonic the Hedgehog and friends with a drum band, handing out free passes to the indoor theme park! We went and had a look at it, which was a lot like when there was a roller coaster at the top of the Myer Centre in Adelaide crossed with a games arcade. No time for playing though, as we had to head off.
Just in case the one person in the world who hasn't heard of the Burj Khalifa happens to be reading my blog, it is ...