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... with a guy waving people through and one with a guy who had a **** day and was making everyone take their shoes off. Luckily I got the guy that didn't care and got straight through. Walked about 1 mile to the gate (checked my pedometer, not exaggerating) and there was another trademark 'queue' to get to an area with 5 or 6 gates including mine. 'Queued' and found a chair and sat there rationing tissues for 3 hours. Did I mention the stinking cold? After about ...
... two carry-on backpacks into the car in such a way that gave us the room to fit everyone in for the ride to the airport.
Ben and I had decided not to sleep the night before our flight out to Abu Dhabi, deciding that it would give us the best opportunity to fall asleep on the flight. The other deciding factor is that it was normal for us to go to bed around 2 a.m. so we thought it’d be fine to just stay awake. I held out strong, but Ben tapped out around 1 a.m. ...
... the trip but we managed. Two weeks before flying to Abu Dhabi we were in Mbombela (Nelspruit) for a festival called Innibos (in the bush), it's called that because it's close to the Kruger national park - at least that's what I think. So in between getting ready for Abu Dhabi we also had to prepare for big shows at the festival. It's a big festival that attracts up to 40 000 people. It's mostly an Afrikaans (one of the 11 ...
... meant we couldn't catch our Varanasi flight the next morning, nightmare. After frantically trying to change our plans we learnt that we would have to stay a night in Abu Dhabi and Delhi before reaching Varanasi, annoyingly cutting short our stay in Varanasi. With things all sorted hopefully we headed to a hotel for the night, bagless, very tired and pretty fed ...
... own pace and stop and admire the various sights of the forest. You will see wildlife such as crabs, crustaceans, crocodiles, a host of other reptiles, and an assortment of bird species. Be sure to ask about kayaking through the Eastern Mangroves at nighttime, when most of the creatures of the forest come out from their shelters. The nighttime kayaking experience is sure to be one which is thrilling and exciting, so have a go for it if you are feeling ...