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Day 64 - Sat 31st. Jan.An easy morning, being the weekend for Sharon & Andy, before setting out into the city. The route was to include the use of ferries (water taxis) and walking along the superb river walk all along the rivers edge. Turned out to be a very scenic pub crawl stopping at Andy's favourite bars. When we reached the Bowls Club (quite how far down the river it was I can't remember as we had already made ...
... didn't pay but enjoyed the reflection on what an amazing person Princess Grace was) and just finished 'Blended' with Drew Barrymore & Adam Sandler - a quirky romcom - like them together but not Adam Sandler on his own.
Yikes! a bit of turbulence as we fly over India - might put this away and move onto 'Maleficent'...
Flying into Dubai showed some interesting terrain, long straight roads and the tallest building in ...
... By this time and out of the wind we were very hot, so we stopped for an ice cream. We went into a barbers to get Mickys hair cut, but she said she was fully booked! There wasn't a sole in there, now hoping Ben has clippers. We decided to drive back to Brisbane and see some more of the city, which was a good thing. Whilst we were having a cup off tea in the apartment we watched a ...
... first and only stop over. The plane flight was horrible as there was so much turbulence but the service was good so I soon zoned out and tried to forget about the turbulence. Once I arrived at had about a 5 hour wait until my next flight in which I went and got some food in the food court and got a magazine to relax.
After all the flying and the exploring on my holiday I couldn't wait to be in my own bed! Before I knew it I ...
... to one of India’s biggest theme parks, Wonderla Amusement Park. The price of day entry ranges from Rs.580 to Rs.1600 for adults and Rs.470 to 1300 for children rates can varey weekdays, weekends and public holidays. There are a big range of rides for young and old there are 15 rides for the kids, 12 water rides, 15 dry rides and 9 high thrill rides for the big kids. A good tip is to get there early so you can get there before the crowd ...