Hotel Holiday International Sharjah
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... it though and we did get a full half hour. Once quads were done that was the end of desert safari and we were back in the jeep again headed back to JLT. We didnt have time for breakfast and were starving by now so we got a shawarma from the place round beaide spinneys (cant remember its name) and ivar claimed it was the best shawarma he had had. Guess what, i beat ivar again at backgammon 11-10 haha, he was close this time but still couldnt ...
... We were very tired by this point, we had to get up and stretch the legs a fair few times! It was a nice feeling when we touched down at Heathrow around 7pm local time. Our bags, as standard, took forever to come out on the carousel. We then made our way through the arrivals gate and into the terminal, we noticed outside that it was absolutely pouring down with rain!! We found the bus station (number 17) that would take us to our hotel. We jumped on the ...
... very well.
While waiting in Brisbane this very cute guy came up and asked us a question and I noticed his seat number and yep you guessed it she got to sit next to the CUTE guy what a bonus!!! He was from Brazil whooooo…..
Do you know it’s the simple things that can really make such a difference for example the hot towels they bring you, Em was amazed with that. And a toilet bag with the essentials in it.
The only ...
... and newer docks as we headed towards Jumeirah beach, an upmarket area of Dubai. From here it was on to see The Palm housing and resort development and the Dubai Marina. Burj Al Arab . This is a 7 star hotel and to walk in the door to have a look costs you 100 dirhams. We then drove back to the. Hotel for lunch.
Later in the afternoon we were picked up and taken for a Dune Safari ...
... of broken sleep, to really make a dent in this waiting time.
I tried to charge my phone, so I didn't have to ration battery life quite so much. Ironically, for a place called Sharjah, none of the charger sockets worked! My laptop still had plenty of battery, so I decided to watch the Men Who Stare at Goats. This time, I did not have any company!
I was starting to get a bit restless now, so ended up doing a few circuits of the small airport to ...