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We flew on Emirates from Dubai to Nairobi, a five hour journey. Terminal 3 at Dubai is gigantic, easily the biggest we have been to. Nairobi airport had a fire some time ago and they are rebuilding it. It is a real third world airport at present. Our transport to the hotel was in a minibus. What a change from Dubai where we rode serenely in a limo on a large highway to a glistening building; here we weaved our way ...
... without buying anything.
Time was pressing, so after wandering the lanes we returned to the bus for good views of the working dhows moored on the Creek and eventually got to WAFI for a late lunch. A taxi took us back to the hotel, where we had a quick swim to refresh ourselves, then sat in the lobby waiting to be picked up for our desert adventure. I had read reviews of the various companies and had decided on ...
Sitting in terminal 2 at Dubai proved to be one of the most interesting airport terminals I have been in, African ladies with henna dyed fingers, they dye the whole tips of their fingers not just the nail, Arabic men in throbes and elaborate head dresses, the occasional western women in skinny jeans looking out of place rather then casual trendy. Everyone is going to destinations that are not considered that great, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan I wonder if they are going home or to see ...
... of my 'pre-degree diploma'............. It was coming down to the last couple of days and I didn't have my visa so that I could visit my sister in Dubai for the weekend....... yes I lost my **** rather rudely on the phone and surprisingly it worked I got my registration the next day. I guess in the end they were as sick of me as I was of them. Apparently you have to reapply for registration every 2 years.......... I guess that is my maximum timeline, not ...
... a little bit flustered, everyone a little bit stressed. The drive was pretty good in the grand scheme of things, hardly any traffic, dad has his speed button on hand so we seemed to be the leaders of the pack with passing the "grey brigade" and other various cars... There were so many laughs along the way, and what I like to refer to as ...
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