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... next was what we classify as adventure. Baggage was checked through to Chennai, which means clearing immigration, collecting said luggage and re-checking on next flight. Without a valid visa = not possible. This made for a slight commotion, much consultation with a passing parade of immigration officials, liaison officers, Tiger Air officials and Air Arabia officials. Much handing over of passports to disappear ...
... a fake watch or bag, but can't handle the pressure from the store owners. We ended up near the Dubai Museum later in the afternoon and it was air-conditioned and it looked deserted. Most markets close from 1-4pm each day for siesta time and due to the heat and prayers. Entry price was three dirham, about 75 cents Australian, so thought, why not it shouldn't take all that long at that price. We ended up in there for over an ...
... of my own. I'm half way through The Hobbitt, which I'll get back to on the return trip. I don't know what people are going on about, with it being too long and all. I reckon it's great.
At the Manchester end, we had a very slow trip through immigration. Scott has a British passport, which meant he sped through with the locals and got to find our luggage, and sort out some car stuff. Xavier, very tired by now, crawled around on the floor like a ...
... inspections. Our luggage were the last to be collected after going around and around. Taxi to family home. Now its 2am in the morning. The house was dark but that's ok, it's late. The door was locked. That's not ok. Knock knock knock no answer. Understandable. It's late. With the knowledge that the last text I received from family was 'incomplete' I thought maybe the back door was unlocked. Sure it was, in I go into a newly renovated ...
... being on the mission searching for food, I saw Karachi on the horizon.
The air was flickering in the sun and Karachi got closer with every step. Soon I will be falling in its arms and we'll never let go! We will be sitting at the sandy beach watching a wonderful sunset, waiting for the years to come.
Oops, wrong story :-) Now see: this is what heat, lack of cold beer and an empty stomach can do to you!
OK, so I entered the Karachi restaurant, which was ...
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