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... more ignorant to it (and he worries even less then I do which is some feat). We went for a five min walk over some rocks and through streams to arrive at the base of the waterfall. There were a few lovely pools where the water was perfect. Not crazily cold but perfectly refreshing. We stayed there frolicking around for an hour before we had to go back. It was the same journey back and having got there in one piece my mind was somehow eased and the return journey seemed to ...
... queue with a board that said Marhaba, which had people who had paid for the service. In retrospect, the queues in the regular lines were not bad and I'm sure they would have accommodated us sooner, considering we had a baby and a sleeping kid. Dubai is very tolerant of children and always offer women with children preference -whether to cut to the top of a queue or get a seat on the metro, as we later found out. So paying extra for the Marhaba thing ...
First it was the Swedes, Daniel and Sara who we'd met last year in the Philippines turning up in Mamallapuram. Then on the Andaman Islands we chanced upon Radoslav and Alzbeta, a couple from a tiny town in Slovakia, where Elenka'a mother was born.
Yesterday, I was sitting on our porch at the Blue Corner when I heard this hello ...
... this is more just me getting actual time to think about stuff and appreciate this lovely place for what it is. And as it happens its pretty awesome here. Imagine waking up in the morning strolling down to the beach (2 mins) to get your pancake breakfast with fresh pineapple and lime juice. Then spending your day body boarding in the sea when you get too hot and drinking beer that is cheaper than buying a coke in our country. Evenings are ...
And so begins the final leg of our journey - the journey back home to England. Our bags are packed and we make our way down to reception to load them into the minibus.
It's early morning and we drive to the airport in darkness, catching glimpses of the surrounding countryside from the headlights of the minibus.
Dabolim airport even at this time of the morning is busy and appears chaotic, at least to us, with tired travellers who are also ...