City Seasons Al Hamra Hotel Abu Dhabi
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... had a delayed reaction.
I'll spare you the details.. eh just kidding, they're pretty funny.
On flight #2, in hour 2 of 8, I rolfed all over the aisle of the plane. A lot.
But then I fell asleep for the rest of the way. Those poor people around me had a nice odor to remind them why American tourists are awesome.
Even despite the dramatic exit, I loved my trip to the UAE. Fascinating politics, a very ...
... it all light up with blue lights. Well it is well worth it. The crowds are gone and there are only a few other visitors. Such a great sight.
The drive back to Dubai is a little boring. However to break the drive we stop of to drive to the end of the Palm to see the Atlantis Hotel. Then its to Madinat Souk to see the Burj Al Arab. This is the closest you can get to see the Burj without having to pay $200 per head for high ...
... the weather, we met some of Lach's dad's relatives who live a couple of hours out of Mumbai. His great aunt Silva and her husband were very happy to meet him and we had a nice dinner together. Lach, Erin and I had to get up at 1am to catch a 4:30am flight (which ended up being delayed by one hour) to Abu Dhabi on Thursday morning. My aunt Jo had organised someone to meet us off the plane and fast track us through immigration which was great. We then went with Jo to ...
... stock up on supplies. Checking the receipts afterwards uncovers the fact that a half litre bottle of water was a very reasonable forty five pence (we apparently paid ten quid in a restaurant earlier in the week which explains why Deb shoos the waiters away when they offer) and the petrol was around thirty pence per litre, that's right, water is three times the price of petrol. The car has an economy button on it, guess I won't be needing that ...
Hi guys We arrived at Abu Dhabi after a good flight. Sleeping on a flight is a distant dream for me. However after trying all my best contortionist moves and the guy in the seat in front of me looking at me as if to say "I'm really not the gynaecologist darling", I decided to at least pretend to be asleep!! On arrival at the airport, Heila had to join a queue a mile long at passport control, as you do when travelling on a SA passport, and when ...