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... shoe?). Well will update later when we touch ground again in sunny Dubai. That might be blisteringly hot Dubai, I think. Stephen will probably take sundry photos of the fittings of the hotel, so stay tuned...at least we have left the laptop behind. He feels a bit naked - hopefully soon that will translate into feeling liberated! Signing out over Colombo. Xx Suzy Sunshine and the Black ...
Today was an eventful day, full of so much valuable information! It was an amazing learning experience! My highlight of the day was at Emirates Aviation College and Emirates Headquarters.
We started our day off at Emirates Aviation College. This is where Emirates Airlines trains their staff. Just two days ago I flew on Emirates to Dubai and flew in the economy class on their most popular plane, the AT380. This plane has ...
... threw snowballs at me and mummy and put snow down mummy's jacket, so I put snow down Daddy's jacket. It was really cold we were breathing smoke, we tried a toboggan and a tube ride down a ramp and went on the chair lift up to the top of the ski slope, mummy was afraid of the height. After about 2 hours we were too cold so we decided to leave, my hands were freezing, mummy's and daddy's feet were cold. We then went to another mall ...
... why he believes the Naga people are a unique people. He and Michael gave four reasons, the first being the sovereign independence of all Naga villages. I originally believed this was held by the 16 tribes (or the 66 Naga tribes that there are in total in both India and Burma), but Kaka explained that this was not the case and that each village was sovereign and run by the elders. Each village was the entity that agreed on treaties and alliances (as witnessed ...
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