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Great flight on the 380 to Dubai. The big bird was smooth both in flight and landing and I am sure has more leg room. Apart from some positive parenting classes required for the family beside us with screaming children who were old enough to know better, we arrived in Dubai at 5 o'clock in the morning. Hot, hot, hot is the climate so after a quick …
Arrived in Dubai at about 5.20 am local time. Was a long flight and although I had lots of leg room in my set, I was squashed between two guys which made me feel a bit uncomfortable when I slept but all good. Had some reasonably nice meals and watched some movies I wanted to see.
Didn't get to see Dubai itself as it was dark when we arrived and the airport is HUGE but no windows to see out of.
Left there at about 7 am for the 9 hour flight to Glasgow.
... amazing. During the 6 hour period of darkness on the plane, the ceiling lit up with tiny stars giving the plane a very homely and beautiful feel. The excitement was constantly building up as I came to realize that I was actually on my way to the most memorable experience of my life! Flying into Dubai was very interesting because to your right would be a magnificent city and to your left would look like almost all desert. I have now been in the ...
... desert must be huge. In today's local paper we saw a report of a UN climate conference in Dubai, where the message is that reduction in CO2 emissions are essential and affordable. Are you listening, Tony? Joe?
Three days ago it briefly rained in Dubai. Taxi driver said that was due to climate change. He delighted in pointing out the spotty evidence of rain on windows of passing cars. That's when you know that you are in a very dry country.
... action is away from the glitz and glamour of the new Dubai We got off at the old market and had a look around there and some lunch then back on for the beach section of the tour. This is where we went past the world. Well the world is being built and 4km out to see. We then went onto the Palms and that was an interesting place. We then ended back at Burj Dubai for the Fountain show and finally got back to the hotel 12 hours later. Up early tomorrow as we have a 7AM flight to ...