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Sitting in the Emirates Airlines lounge at Dubai Airport waiting for flight to Newcastle. 5am. The airport is really a crossroads. Thousands of people from all over the world amongst the lights and duty free shops and hustle and bustle.
I am sitting with Cath having coffee and looking at the departure board. I love looking at them at airports. The names conjure up exotic places; adventure....Cape Town, São Paulo, Seychelles, Muscat, even ...
... Two nice surprises on boarding. Bumped into Niki and Alex Gibson who are also on their way to Dublin. Second surprise was my economy boarding pass replaced with a business boarding pass. Seat 10A, Emirates Business Class. Great service. The flight to Dublin took us over some amazing scenery. We flew over the gulf, across Iraq, diverted around Syria then across Turkey, the Black Sea, then across Romania and Eastern Europe, North Sea and then onto ...
... The metro stop was about a 15 minute walk from my hotel and so after doing most of my packing, I headed out. I hadn't walked down this street before, so I was able to experience some new sights and smells. Considering how hot it was, the smells weren't pleasant, so I held my breath and walked even faster.
All of the metro stops in Dubai look like giant shells of some sort; they actually remind me of an armadillo. I rode the escalator down from the street level and had my ...
... years favouring the region.
Emirates is not part of an airline alliance, apparently because they want to remain independent and seek the best partners to co-operate without further restrictions. Just recently, a code share programme with Qantas was inaugurated. Qantas is furthermore moving its HQ from Singapore to Dubai – indicating the regions industry outlook. Emirates has its own frequent flyer programme “Skywards” with ...
... I slept pretty well. The landing, security checks and passport control in Dubai were non eventful and I was pointed in the direction of the bus to transport me to my hotel. As the automatic sliding doors squeaked open, I took a step outside and was hit with a wall heat, beautiful, I haven't experienced that In a while. I waited half an hour for my bus and was transported to my hotel. I checked in and made use of the clean shower and facilities as I had ...
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