Al Diar Regency Hotel
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Neil, an aircraft mechanic, Sabrina, a teacher, as well as Diana completed the table with the TNTs! Thanks Neil for dinner!
So it is to bed for us! Diana is off therefore it will be an early start as we will spend the day at the water park! We can hear Nobless in the room next to ours blowing up her water wings in preparation for tomorrow's adventure....or.....did she have too many ...
... to 30kg each in economy class, we are now entitled to 40kg each in business class, so what does Ron suggest? 'Let's go shopping, we have an additional 20kg we can now carry.' Let's ignore the fact that Geneva is probably the most expensive place on earth to shop, but he did...like Australia, all stores have post Christmas sales, so he thinks he picked up a few ...
... stories.' I like my gig better. A young man told me he had just signed up for another 6 years. Can you imagine a 6-year contract?!?!? We arrived back at the hotel at 8:15, and freshened up a bit. Our driver picked us up at 10:30pm for a 2:10am flight which didn't leave until after 2:30am. The flight was over 14 hours. Thank goodness for The Newsroom on the Entertainment system. I love Aaron Sorkin. The flight was extremely turbulent, however. That kinda freaked ...
I am curious about the bathroom etiquette. First toilet I visited had no toilet paper or hand towels and many users walked out without washing their hands at the basin. I did note the hose in each toilet but am not sure I heard them being used, the second toilet block I used and continued to use had 2 cleaners permanently located in the toilets cleaning the cubicle after each use. They also directed users ...
... advice on TripAdvisor on airport wear in the Emirates: "Men should not wear women's clothing, being arrested is quite likely." Which is quite ironic considering the general attire (and what appears to be the local attire in Abu Dhabi); Daz white robes (also known as a 'kandura') which heavily resemble the typical XXXL shirt you might throw on when ...