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... but I had the impression the NK soldiers would make their presence known for the tourist groups approaching from the SK side. Basically, pitiful is the word. We understood the whole conflict to have been a proxy war between the US and the communists but this was never mentioned by our guides. The poor North Koreans have been used and discarded but continue the cult even though the world has moved on from this conflict. The saddest thing of all is ...
... any after effects. We were able to set off from the sprawling Muscat airport just in time. Before our departure an emir (?) of the UAE (?) was arriving and departing again so the runway was closed. After takeoff we heard that plane's pilot get further routing and they were being declared a V-VIP. Other planes were having to hold over the airport and clear the airspace while the V-VIP was on on the move. Our flight path had us going right between Dubai and Abu Dhabi so that ...
... them would be Indians - but if you saw two young men holding hands in Australia that's an automatic gay. If you want to preserve your man points, you don't touch a man's hand unless it's his right hand and it's a particular type of touching called a handshake. More of a grip really. A manly grip. A brief manly grip.
For some reason I brought my utilikilt to Kuwait. Mainly because I didn't bring it to Cambodia and there were a ...
... strong, hot wind carrying so much sand visibility was in sections down to perhaps 15m. I became aware of how I knew nothing about the limitations of the car and was blindly trusting it would just drive through the toughest conditions I'd ever been in, air conditioning offering us a quiet delusion.
We stopped once for a leak. The wind and heat were palpable. It was necessary to stand on the leaward side for ...
Well, it's probably official (I know that's a contradicting statement)... I'm over being here.
I am a creature of habit, I like being settled-in and comfortable and in a routine - this is true - but once I admit that to myself, I start feeling like a boring, getting-too-old, un-adventurer and I feel the need to move along, to make a big change to find and explore somewhere new. Vacations just aren't doing it for me now... I know, I know... how spoiled-sounding is ...