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... they struck oil. It was nice to see the handcrafts including sword making, weaving and wood carving. I also saw my first camel in the desert!! - Saadyat beach: an amazing beach on the exclusive Saadyat island. Think Palm Beach of Sydney with the hipster element of Surry Hills but Arab style. The beach looked like something out of the Hamptons with beach chairs and umbrellas lining the golden sand. The water was lovely and the girls and I splashed around in the waves. ...
... tea... SO GOOD! Their friends came over to drop off their dog, so had a great time hanging out with the four of them and playing with the pooch. They're giving me a lift in to town on their way to work tomorrow... I've really lucked out with this one! I have lots of exciting things planned for tomorrow but I'll save it as a surprise for the next post, Congrats if you're still conscious after reading a big ramble about essentially nothing! Until next ...
The surreal feeling of actually going away still hadn't hit me as I wait for Lauren at the airport! Once through security, I had to get my insurance in a panic whilst we walked to our gate to board, typical! Being seated by the fire exit with masses of leg room was a bonus and then being given hot towels whilst waiting to take off was surreal, I'd never flown with Emirates before and was ...
... of time we had a relaxed walk through the Dubai mall sampling the many free food offerings (most of which were too expensive to buy) like honey from Yemen before we had a late lunch carefully selected to fall within the few Duhram ($) that we had left. Sue calls this Shopping Centre foraging! Then it was tram, taxi, hotel to pick up bags, and taxi to airport to sadly leave our last O/S country before the 10 1/2 hr flight overnight to ...
So far we've flown over 9000 kms which took a bit under 11 hours and we're not there yet. My eyes feel like they're filled with sand but otherwise I'm feeling okay. I watched 21 episodes (out of 22) of Brooklyn Nine-Nine which I think was overdoing it a bit, but certainly helped the time pass.
We're currently reclining on a couple of loungers in Dubai airport, watching the world go by. Literally. There are people from everywhere going to everywhere. We're not in Kansas anymore Toto.