Emirates Stars Hotel Apt Sharjah
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... br> D: standing at the top of the Sun-gate, about to descend into Machu Picchu during the Inca trek
J: Copacabana beach during the World Cup final
O: tubing in the Maldives, when a school of 50 dolphins appeared and swam all around us
S: Seeing Jemima get her great results
D: the Andean Explorer train from Cusco to Puno
J: jumping out of the car to Chloe, and seeing her for the first time
O: the high after ...
... good pictures, I was going to buy a picture of myself but it wasn't very nice and they wanted £45 for it! Sod that! I brought a pen instead! At least I can say I've been up the worlds tallest building now!! I then went back into the mall and found the best shop ever, a cupcake shop!! I brought a Nutella cupcake then went out and sat by the fountain to wait for the show, I ate the cupcake and it was amazing! the show ...
... included in "today" because I haven't slept yet; it's presently Thursday - 4:30am London time, 8:30am Dubai time and 3:30pm Melbourne time. Except, the wifi in the airport is rather temperamental and I doubt this will actually upload until I get to Melbourne. In an hour we'll be getting on our flight - fourteen hours direct. Hoping I'll sleep for a large chunk of it, but regardless, I have a feeling jet lag is going to hit pretty hard over the next few ...
The workers are generally from Iran or Pakistan and there are also many Omani traders wandering around (Omanis wear kandouras, the traditional long robes of the Gulf, but are distinguishable by the round hats they wear or the particular way they tie their headscarves). Whilst wandering I chatted with Pashtun shopkeepers about Peshawar (all bad), with Iranian shopkeepers about their homeland (all good) and with everybody ...
Today was an opportunity to visit another Emirate, as a visa run needed to be done to complete all requirements for the family to all be Residents of The UAE, so we jumped at the chance Guessing competition = see who can count 10 camels first. I counted the most goats first, but missed seeing the 2 camels on the side of the road, close to the car. "Are you blind or what?" was the chorus from within the car. They should have already ...