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... Trev! The hilarious air stewards on our flight from Gladstone to Brisbane- who were 'totes jelly!' of our trip!
O: Pherrew- the watersports guy in the Maldives! Helped me improve my watersports, including teaching me how to wake-skate!
S: Albert (Borneo)
J: Abbas (Borneo)
O: Ian (Milford Sound)
5. BIGGEST 'PINCH-YOURSELF' MOMENT
S: the fire-fly Christmas tree on the river safari ...
... later find out that he had dropped me a good 20 minute walk from my hostel! I was near Taksim square, it was the early hours of Monday morning, but the streets were heaving with people. I would later discover that there had been more protests ahead of the election on Sunday. I established that I was nowhere near the hostel and jumped in a cab - making the extra money on the shuttle bus a complete waste of money! At least I finally got there, arriving at about 2 ...
... could have a look around and get lost a bit before I went up the Burj Khalifa, I managed to find a pandora shop and brought an elephant charm for Thailand and a goodbye clip to kind of some up my trip so far.. Didn't know what to get for dubai!! after that I went down and got a subway for lunch before queuing up to the Burj Khalifa 'on the top experience' the lift went up really quickly and my ears popped but on the 124 floor the view was amazing and I took ...
... d picked the Lucy-friendly "bland" meal option, so we'd had dinner in the airport so I wouldn't have to depend on whatever meal got served up on the plane. But this time the food was great - I liked everything they served me which is a genuine miracle. To pass the seven hour flight, I watched Man Of Steel, flicked through the six hundred photos on my camera, watched Monsters University and snoozed for maybe an hour before we landed in Dubai. All of ...
... camel milk chocolate and souvenirs. The spice souk is a treat for the senses with the competing odours of spice and incense, the different colours, textures and shapes as you pass the sacks piled high outside each small shop. We didd not have plans to buy gold but all the shops with their glittering displays are a sight to see.
After the gold souk we wandered the back streets and into a part of the souks with shops selling all manner of ...