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... up the long flight home & so far it's been extremely relaxing.
Monday 8th September ... I rolled out of my big comfy feather bed around 9.30am . After a scrumptious breakfast we headed to The Mall of the Emirates shopping centre. Zara had some nice things but you know ... Fendi , Max Mara, Louis V, Burberry .. Well one can buy those things anywhere !!! (Ha Ha!)
Now it's time ...
... overland", though in a significantly shorter amount of time than the outward journey! The bridge looked fantastic, with its illuminated suspension cords.
As we made our way into the European side, one by one people started to get out, until there were just two of us left. The driver kept asking to see the address and making calls on his mobile. He pulled over and pointed up a street on the other side of the road, telling me that it was up there. It wasn't! ...
They're everywhere: from the girl who handed me my new boarding pass, to the lady who changed my 20 Euros to DHM 100+, to the driver, tour desk operator, customs officers, and even the four guide… My Irish tour seat mate asked "What's the attraction for Filipinos here in Dubai?" Wasn't sure how to answer that. I wasn't attracted to the Middle East in general. So I just said, "Money. Opportunity. It's ...
Another Emirates flight, this time to Venice.
Interesting flying over the Kuwaiti oil fields and following the Tigris river to Baghdad, then over Istanbul (but too cloudy to see anything) then over the islands in the Adriatic to Venice.
Arrived at about 1:30, got the bus to the island, ...
... feeling slightly envious but after the amount of walking I'd already done, my sprained ankle from 2 weeks ago was already aching so didn't want to risk causing more damage to it. Aboard the metro again, the sun was setting and glowed a bright orange turning the sky around it a mix of orange and pink. It was beautiful. What made it more special was that slightly to the left of it was the worlds 7-star hotel - Buri Al Arab. I made my way next ...