Al Diar Capital Hotel
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... t move at the same speed! We waited in line for about an hour for a ride that lasted for 58 seconds! And boy was it worth it! 58 seconds of stuck to your seat, stomach in your throat..."oh my god let me off" thrills to experience exactly what 4.8G's feels like!
I know it was a roller coaster in Ferrari World but I might've been humming "Highway to the Dangerzone" as we were walking away from the ride!
... The six of us were all close together for this flight and Carm and I were side by side but separated by the aisle. We were 40 minutes late taking off, but on a trip this long that didn't mean much. The staff on the flight were friendly and helpful. We were a bit aghast to see that the meal for our 5 hour-ish flight was, wait for it, 'Breakfast'. Our third breakfast for the day. Still, there was nothing else to do and so we did ...
... me even said she had some wooden Russian dolls to the guy and he told her to just go straight through.
I was so lucky to have Donna waiting for me on arrival and as I walked out into beautiful blue skies and perfect heat I finally realised the journey was over and I could begin the next part of my adventure, 9,000 miles on the other side of the world.
So today's top tip - Order vegetarian on the plane and get have the person next to you jealous and salivating.
... controlled mini whips spurred the racers across the finish line!
Across the highway from the racetrack we crested the hill only to find camel compounds housing hundreds of camels and their workers. Farm groupings were recognizable with their own colourful patterned blanket on each camel. And sand!! No trees, no green, just burlap stalls surrounded by link fences.
Then it was off ...
... clinic for forensic assessments of child abuse. So impressive! They were all trained in the US and definitely know the best practices for working with abused children! They are doing wonderful work. I’ve had several other lunches and meetings with people to tie up our collaborations as well.
Over Christmas break, I have actually been working on my US stuff: I prepared 3 syllabi and class websites, since classes start three days after we get home. I submitted ...