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... We were very tired by this point, we had to get up and stretch the legs a fair few times! It was a nice feeling when we touched down at Heathrow around 7pm local time. Our bags, as standard, took forever to come out on the carousel. We then made our way through the arrivals gate and into the terminal, we noticed outside that it was absolutely pouring down with rain!! We found the bus station (number 17) that would take us to our hotel. We jumped on the ...
... was a packed flight. The empty seat was soon taken by a lady who changed seats destroying any chance to stretch out. The flight was fairly well uneventful except for a foul-mouthed Aussie bloke who decided to start a dispute with another passenger four seats away. By the sound of it they knew each other. The aggressor wanted a beer as soon as he stepped on the plane, therein lies the problem. The hosties kept a close eye on ...
Arrived in Dubai at 8.30pm last night to 35' and high humidity. It was like walking into a sauna! Had to wait awhile for the hotel bus, but eventually got there. The voucher allowed us dinner and breakfast. Room very comfortable so had a good night's rest. At the airport we are departing from Gate A ...
... that took us to the terminal. A lady was waiting for us with my name on a board. She escorted us through customs, collected our baggage and then got our private transfer to our hotel all in a matter of minutes! As far as I knew we had a transfer to our hotel, but did not expect the royal treatment....it was fantastic! When we arrived at the hotel, they gave us a complimentary continental breakfast and our rooms were ready for us at 7am! Again, as far as I knew, I ...
Off to Troy today. We have approximately a five hour drive so we get ourselves organised, have breakfast and pack the car leaving before 9am. We are looking forward to cooler weather after 35*C - 40*C days for the past couple of weeks. We will stay in Tevfikye village for two nights before heading to Gallipoli for our last three nights. A fitting end to an amazing month in Turkey I'm sure. As we head north we pass large scale farming, in particular, corn. We ...
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