Al Diar Capital Hotel
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... bridge? But you never die because you just float to the ground? (Or is that just me?) This was just like that. This driver was VERY skilled at taking these dunes. Our first stop was a camel farm. Legend has it that these things are nasty, spitting animals, but the camels here are the nicest, most docile creatures ever! I got many photos, including some pretty good selfies with a camel I named Gloria Swanson. They were posing like pros. And similar to the ...
13 hours on the plane and slept for 7! Excellent job considering being across from 2 screaming toddlers that would set each other off! Watched 2 movies and now I am sitting on the cool tiles whilst mum has a smoke in a special booth in the airport?! Lol The airports crowded but cool. I've got a coffee and mum just destroyed a coke display but all is well in the lounge ...
... at a tented camp in the desert.....like a real Arabian night experience. I got to ride a camel (second animal for the trip), which I almost (nearly nearly) fell off of as it went down for the dismount. A young South African girl got on the back with me, and I had heard her speaking Afrikaans earlier. So I made sure she was feeling safe and assured her in Afrikaans. A little while later, I saw her tug on her moms shirt and say..."daai een, mama, sy is die ...