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... points to get an upgrade
* stay in Dubai longer and buy more bling!
* limit the in between travel to only 3 flights (we did 12 in total) - no wonder I need a holiday after my holiday
* spending time with my German family again
* sunsets in Santorini
* no cooking for 4 weeks
Until next holidays - auf wiedersehen xxx
... where my pushers just called out beep beep, move aside to the long queue waiting to be processed through their Australian entry while we got to the front.
I must confess that wheel chair assisted travelling is the way to go. Not only do you jump the cue but your pusher also collects your passport from you puts it through the checks. Your bags are lifted on and off the scanner belts This does seem to be one of ...
... spent the next 10 minutes being hassled at the Old Souk which is a small market place. We were the only mad tourists so copped all the salesmen. Left there ( still raining) and walked up river bank about 10 minutes to the free dhow tour. Got there at 10.15 for the 10.30 advertised sailing. A guy off the dhow asked us if we were waiting for the dhow. "Yes" was my reply. The guys on the boat were preparing it for departure by drinking coffee, smoking, ...
... there was a flight announcement every 30 seconds. The enormity of the fleet was still evident once airborne with a half a dozen airliners clustered within visible range from Dubai to eastern Turkey around Van. Due dust and cloud, the ground was obscured until we were over Kurdistan, but once visible, the tortured terrain was incredible. Why that part of the world has frequent and devastating earthquakes is unmistakeable in the landforms. Lots of very sharp new terrain with ...
... We walked around a bit and then Jim took me to a Lebanese restaurant, near the apartment. The Lebanese kitchen, he explained, is the richest of all Arabic kitchen. Most of the Arabic cooking is rather poor cooking. Some meat, spice and rice or bread and that's its. Stew's sometimes just made in the desert sand (a local delicacy in Koeweit for instance, he explained; lamb boiled in the sand of the desert). He ordered us some little dishes which did form ...