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... in months nor taken
off their coats for the season yet filled George Square and Exchange Square to
eat their lunches on the benches. A few were even feeding the pigeons,
something that seems to me like something out of “My Fair Lady” but some people
really do it. Overall I found Glasgow quite nice and particularly like the fact
that it’s not overrun with group tourists the way European cities with more
blockbuster famous attractions all are.
... during one of my short weekend trips this year since even though the delay may be annoying, it is just a small inconvenience I can't control and I will end up home one way or another. So for now, I am embracing my hobo-ness and am thankful that my personal parental chauffeurs and a warm bed await me on the other side of the ocean. Now that was at 7pm but this trip certainly didn't skimp out on ways to extend my journey home. When I first got to the airport ...
Good flight into Glasgow. Flew over Newcastle. Small wait at Border Control. Nervous moments waiting to see if our luggage flew with us. Out to arrivals where Natalie was waiting to drive us to the Jury's Inn. Nice room. Went for a wander before returning to the bar & having a Murphy's Stout or two. I think I was in bed & asleep not long after 8.30pm local time. Shirls body clock decided to wake her at 3.00am! Thank goodness for the eye mask I got on ...
... Dubai to Glasgow and that just about turns you into a blithering idiot.
Dubai International airport is a major transit hub in the middle east and is nothing less than insane. The sheer volume of humans of all nationalities is mind blowing.
Transfer from one terminal to another within the airport is by way of a 3 - 4 minute train ride which runs within the terminal. The ...
... were not becoming evident, it clearly only took one day of things going very wrong to convince me to leave.
I booked a ticket to London and paid for my ticket over three days – an amusing outcome of the very low cash withdrawals which are allowed from ATMs across Africa and the fact that the travel agency did not have an EFTPOS machine (seems totally reasonable). It made me very nervous that my paperwork consisted of two sentences on a post-it note until the day ...