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... it was immense! And apparently not really one of the bigger malls lol. We had starbucks, checked out the massive indoor ski centre and visited the enormous supermarket for milk, yoghurt, fruit and the like. All the people spoke perfect English and this is the first non-English country I've been too were the newspapers, magazines, signs etc were predominately all in English! ...
... white outfits, with white headgear and sandals. We were send to the far left line up just past first class. On the right was a long line of customers but we just walk through. The experience of 'customs' was very relaxed. We got our passport stamped, photo taken and then he went back to his mobile phone, nice and relaxed. - far cry from Sydney custom experience. Walk to bag collection 3 as we approach our bags just ...
... the airport, we passed right by the Burj Khalifa on the way to the hotel, and it was all lit up with sparkling lights running up and down its length. Wow! And the hotel is really nice--we had complimentary canapes and unending drink service on arrival, so that helped wake us up after the 14 hour flight. Now it's time to hit the sack. Tomorrow is a busy day! WIll write when ...
... this opportunity to go off on a tangent about Lebanon. Generally, the people you meet from there are, more often than not, flirtatious, gregarious and outgoing. But sure, that makes them pretty nice to talk with. Just yesterday, even after a long flight, an interesting conversation developed around the passport of Lebanon. The cover features an image of the national tree, the cedar.
"The cedar is our national tree," explained a colleague as we picked up ...
... of access to a TV, internet and kitchen. Visited the local supermarket in the 40 degree heat and cautiously ate some crisps outside, hoping it wasn't illegal. Cooked Lorna dinner as a thanks which was a treat as really missed cooking, even washing up was a bit exciting.
Everything in Dubai is big, new and extravagant, each building tries to outdo the other. Lorn took me on a tour of the sights such as The Palm, ...
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