Emirates Palace Hotel Suites
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... Ryan got himself a shirt in Zara and we went to Virgin, the numpty went and left the bag in Virgin and only remembered about it when we went past Zaras again haha. Ryans mission for today was to get a haircut. The boy next to him was getting his nails done hahaha some people are absolute freaks like. Just to rub it in that ryans getting older the boy cutting his hair mentioned he is going bald and should use this hair growth ...
Our day started with a tour around the city. The tour started near the Burj al Arab, we stopped at the Jumeirah Mosque, drove around the city and saw the Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world standing at 828 metres tall). It's very impressive. Unfortunately the air in Dubai is not very clear during summer so visibility wasn't that clear but we saw this building several more times during the day and you can't help but wonder at the sheer height of it. The haze ...
... impressive all the same.
Getting up for our flight the next morning was killer – we had to be up at 4am! The great thing was that the airport was really quiet so we didn’t have to deal with massive lines or anything. Saying goodbye to Dubai wasn’t a sad ordeal, it was a relief to be leaving such insane heat, but I would definitely go back in their cooler season to see more what the incredible desert city has to ...
... my time in Istanbul!
It was late and I had arrived at the airport on the Asian side of Istanbul, so my public transport options were limited. There was a single bus that went to Taksim square, but for a few euros more I could get a shuttle bus that would drop me at the hostel. The driver didn't speak any English, but I had the address, so I assumed it would be fine. The bus was soon crossing the Bosphorus Bridge, as I technically "returned from Asia ...
... the clock kept going back making our day longer and longer, the upside though was another breakfast albeit spiced up with a little alcohol - it was after all the middle of the afternoon in NZ. We could feel the chill in the air when we arrived in Stockholm and to great relief, all the bags arrived intact and it was off to check in for our last flight to Luleň in northern Sweden. The final flight ...