Hawthorn Hotel Deira
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31 May, 2007
Wake up call at 6.30am, and considering the night we had last night feeling surprisingly well. Checked out (bill came to about 460E – the room was 145E per night, which I guess is quite good for central Paris.
Of course the day we leave the weather turns beautiful – warm, blue skies and no trace of that bitter …
The plane surrounded the city in the darkness of the night, making a turn to its final approximation. Through the windows the lights of Dubai started to take shape in the ground below me. And suddenly, emerging from the middle of them, I could see the illuminated vague shape of the tallest building on earth, the Burj Kalifa, imposing as a gigantic ghost in the night. The plane then touch ground. I was in Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, and the weather was so warm even in the ...
... through the 'declaration' gate again very relaxed. Five men just standing in a group with one casually pointing to the exit. Hamish is there to greet us and so is the hot weather. Joshua now desperate to remove him jacket and track pants (luckily he listened to me as had shorts underneath) and I had to accept fact I was wearing boots and black clothes. Bags in the car we hit the streets of Dubai. My first experience of ...
Se penso ad un modo per descrivere la mia partenza, mi viene in mente il titolo di un film di qualche tempo fa: caos calmo.
È stato un po' così per me stamattina: sveglia prestissimo, nonostante sia andata a letto tardi, un silenzio mattutino tipico delle giornate di agosto quando ancora i ritmi sono blandi, c’è ancora aria di ferie e di mare e le scuole son chiuse. In realtà, si stanno solo scaldando i motori per il tran tran quotidiano dell’inverno. Io, ...
... luggage and proceeded through the airport arrivals hall into the muggy afternoon heat of Jakarta.
"Do you use the wood for anything?" I asked, thinking of the cedar chest in my parents' attic at home.
For a moment I was afraid I had given offence when he replied, "It isn't permitted to cut these trees in Lebanon! They grow very slowly and most are over 150 years old."
But apparently this is a recent limitation, since he went on to explain ...
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