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We woke up this morning to grey skies and a chill in the air - time to go home! Breakfast wasn't included, and so we boiled the kettle in our room for coffee/tea and ate the food we'd bought the afternoon before (a banana & pastry). I then ducked out to some shops near the Covent Garden Market to see if I could find myself a new hiking stick. I am sorry I don't have the other half of the one Alisha gave to me, but I will still ...
... we turned a corner to find a row of neatly parked planes. The heat getting off the bus was intense even at 9 in the morning. This plane was much less full and we were able to spread ourselves out a bit and most of us were able to doze, if not sleep properly. We flew into Entebbe over Lake Victoria and the contrast between the dry arid was of Somalia which we'd flown and the lush fertility ...
... give me half of his experiences I will probably be satisfied.
Today was Education forum day and even though it has been a long week we were excited to have a different day and to meet a lot of people from different corners of the industry. It was a great day and we met a lot of people with interesting perspectives on challenges in the industry. Of course it was also our first forum so a lot of information went over our heads and sometimes it ...
... I went to the rooftop pool, which was very nice. Our room was not at all like the great apartment we had in Sydney. It was a basic hotel room with a poorly equipped kitchenette and a bad view of a vacant lot through a sand clouded window. Not terrible, but not good either. We didn't do much day one except recover from jet lag and visit the grocery next door. It was small and not very westernized so we struggled to find our staple items. There seemed to ...
The Official Story
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a federation of seven
states formed in 1971 by the then Trucial States after independence from
Since then, it has grown from a quiet backwater to one of the Middle East's
most important economic centres.
Although each state - Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Ajman, Fujairah, Ras al Khaimah,
Sharjah and Umm al Qaiwain - maintains a ...