Al Sondos Suites
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... br> It was a great view watching the 17th with a top of the range BMW for any of the golfers who made a hole in one. Ian Poulter came very close and we heard him say to his caddy who must have been on a promise, "sorry mate I just pulled it"!! Darren Fichardt was even closer, it can't have been anymore than 2 inches away, the SKY cameraman thought it was in!
We also watched a number of them tee off from ...
Departed Perth at 0600 with an 11 hr flight to Dubai. Arrived 1235 their time, I managed to sleep on the plane and Craig had a brief nap watching 4 movies. Arriving in Dubai is like Port Hedland summer, OMG along with the humidity. Check into Fairmont, The Palm which is sensational. Trying to get Wifi with no luck as yet. Go done to the bar and have a beer, no Corona here as yet so on the Heineken. Have our Cruise of Elegance to tomorrow evening so will explore the city in the ...
... and mango juice all over Matty and me. Not sure they will let us on the next flight, we make too much mess! So Dubai, we landed at about 7:30 local time, I was surprised that it was pitch black, it had not even crossed my mind what time the sun sets. After nipping to the loo (which was full of hot water) we collected bags and then had the realisation of "ok, so how do we get from here to the hotel", we saw a sign for a metro and thought why not. It was so easy 9AED for ...
On my way home and what a trip I have had :) little more relaxed than last year but have had an amazing time exploring 3 different countries. Sitting in the airport and ordered breakfast. 6am, flight at 8:25am. I did order a cheese croissant, i didn't ask for it to be run over !! Looks like a piece of kangaroo road kill I saw! In the airport it's time to reflect on my trip. I can't believe it's over already but like all trips, glad to be going home to see ...
... none spoke English, our WV person translated for us. Their home was brick with no glazing in the windows, dirt floor, tin roof and no power or running water - the family walk to the nearest river for water. We were taken to another village where NZ WV money has been used to erect a water tower, but this doesn’t benefit Nasra’s village. It was school holiday time, but saw Nasra’s school where more WV ...