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... we know not where. Requests for baggage check-in tags, and an amazing wait to find what was happening - luckily we had 5 hours to spare! Finally after what seemed an eternity we were ushered down back corridors, past security points, with the accompanying officials being scanned, but not us, to find sanctity in the departure lounge at last. Next thing to happen really rattled me. Ian was asked to accompany ...
... was really well done with lots of Relics, Dioramas, interactive displays and some great looking presentations on the very interesting history of Dubai. Oil was only discovered here in 1960, so it is a young city. They do have relics from 1886, but it was very much a Bedouin lifestyle. For just 1d, we could catch one of the many Abras, across the Dubai Creek, which is the traditional mode of transport between Deira and ...
To make the most of our day, we decided to start the bus journey at stop 13. The hotel staff said it would be quicker to take the Metro. After finding out which line we needed, and which stop to get off, we purchased our tickets for the "regular short trip" and boarded the next train. There are no drivers or conductors on the trains, you just get on and off and punch your ticket.
The bus stations look like they are enclosed ...
... at the movies.
Friday morning pack car with all camping equipment and family. Drove for about an hour turned off road into desert, drove up and over dunes for the fun of it and also to find a home for the night. Finally found a few decent trees which was close to a desert home including camels. It's was pretty windy so setting up tents caused quiet a challenge. After a hike up the dunes to watch the sunset, fire was made, dinner was cook, ...
... br> That reminds me about a similar place: It was in this Outback Truck stop up in the Indian Himalayas, where I had the best lunch during my 2 weeks motorbike tour with Indian friends.
This Karachi place was like a canteen with a single menu for the day. Inside, the labour force sat at long tables and some kitchen assistants rushed around and served the daily menu directly out if the kitchen pots to the hungry crowd. It's exactly like in India, when you come to ...
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