Al Rawda Arjaan By Rotana
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... with the cheese platter. A glass of Red with the lamb and more bubbles with the cheese :)
I watched a few movies and we landed in Singapore at 9:00pm Brisbane time
A short 40 minute wait in the terminal at Changi and we were off to Abu Dhabi.
Singapore to Abu Dhabi
Champagne was again offered pretty much as soon as I sat down :) this time I declined and just had a cup of tea. Even a simple ...
... missionaries on their way to Nepal and and a Nepalese/Indian woman who was very helpful with how to get around in Kathmandu and the area of Thamel where we are staying.
After about 4 hours we finally boarded the plane to Nepal. This trip was a lot shorter only about 4 and half hours. After getting our visa which went rather quickly we went outside looking for a driver with our names on a sign.
As we passed the pre-paid taxi stands ...
... Now to get to Heathrow terminal for which we had to catch two different subway trains. It all doesn't sound too bad but there was a lot of steps both up and down. We arrived at Heathrow with plenty of time and no problems getting out of the country. A good flight.
1st July - Tuesday
We arrived just after one am, in Abu Dhabi. The seat were pretty good ...
... at the airport because everyone on the flight is waiting for them. Funnily enough, on the flight from Sydney to Abu Dhabi I started chatting to rather anxious gentleman whom I had seen pacing around on one of my toilets stops. He was complaining about how the flight was late to depart. Aware of the anxiousness in his voice, I felt that it was best not to inform him that my husband and I may have been ...
... After this we went dune bashing, which while a bit stomach churning will most likely be our most memorable. The 4x4 headed off into the sand dunes and proceeded to drive up and down, along the side, slide down or drive a long the top of some fairly large dunes. This went on for a good length of time, with some very close calls to rolling. But eventually we wound our way through the desert to a Bedouin camp. Here we parked up and ...