Al Diar Palm Hotel Apartments
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... A rather well known poliglot on a few forums and on YouTube. I wasn't sure tt was actually him so I spoke to him in Korean. Trouble was he wanted to keep speaking Korean - I should have chosen one of my stronger languages to work out whether it was him. He wasn't in transit though. He lectures at the American University in Abu Dhabi. Anyway he was also on his way to Novi Sad. He asked me what I was giving a lecture ...
... to have a look at the view!!
We have also discovered (through the recommendation of a work friend) a LOVELY Thai restaurant called Smoking Doll on Al Reem Island in the Boutique Mall. It is absolutely amazing food!!
Finally, I also did an experiment where I froze an activia yoghurt to see if it made 'frozen yoghurt' as I have been getting into eating this and sorbets rather than ice cream!...it didnt really work!! Although...frozen grapes were nice!! :) xx
... Irish pub so after our ocean and pool swim decided to have a drink! Whilst our golden rule is never to do anything western in a foreign country Irish pubs always break that rule!! Well glad we did it was a fabulous night in more ways than one! It was full of expats never seen so many westerners in one spot when overseas! We had so much fun with the comings and goings of people decided to have dinner there - settled for steak sandwich which ...
We are currently 40,00ft over central Pakistan, approaching the end of what has been a fantastic adventure from start to finish. The Nepalese experience is one to be enjoyed by all, and the memory of this absolute mind boggling experience of this fantastic country will live with me forever. Nepal is an extremely poor country. 70% of the population live below the poverty line, unemployment is at 34%, the government doesn't ...
... much. At 6:30pm Simon, his mum and dad arrived to take me to the airport. Which much excitement and conversation we arrived at the airport. I felt giddy. So much I excitement, organization and stress haddock finally come to an end and we were about to check in and fly to our new lives. I thought I had overcome the emotions we'll, there were no tears saying goodbye to my family, or Simons. I had got thought passport control, exchanging money ...