Grand Continental Flamingo Hotel
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... gave us the smoothest landing and stop in a long time. Abu Dhabi, while a little on the crazy side, does have decent lounge chairs to wait in. They should, as this place runs 24/7. Everything! Pizza, McDonalds, electronics department, Ferrari store:) I'm starting to see what a big deal F1 is everywhere outside of North America. I'm missing home greatly! Im sure being being very tired isn't helping ...
... language so sometimes people don't really understand each other because of their thick accents. It is fun though and I love all the different people and the different cultures. Most people are here to make a better life for themselves. It's summer in Abu Dhabi now. Outside it gets up to 40degrees and hotter with 80% humidity. Crazy hot! But indoors everywhere it is air conditioned...almost ...
... immigration as my passport hadn't been stamped as I arrived earlier in the day. In the old days this would have been a serious concern with the Emirates authorities, but on this occasion some simple checking and professional handling soon cleared the matter and I was on my way in a matter of minutes. We walked a few shops before heading to the lounge and a pre-departure dinner. It was then just a short time before we boarded and set off on the last 14 hour leg of our ...
... experienced nothing more than a few gentle bumps. We're travelling in a Boeing 777-300 aircraft. It is very comfortable but noticeably more noisy than an Airbus A380. Nothing irritating just a fact. We're travelling in business class - what a joy. The design of the seating is interesting with alternate rows inboard or outboard. By inboard I mean that the seat is directly exposed to the ...
... organised and check in down. I have arranged for a meet and greet in Jo'burg to get us through customs quickly so we can make our connection to the Livingstone flight which we can't afford to miss. Fingers crossed! I can't wait to touchdown in Zambia so our adventure can really start and my parents can start to understand my love affair with Africa. It also means I can get the cameras out and start taking photos which really relaxes me and reminds me that I too am on ...