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... appear and at intersections the rule seems to be 'first in, first served’. However, I haven’t seen any crashes and cars don’t have dings or scrapings on them so therefore it must work. I put my seat belt on in the taxi last night and both the driver and the other passenger laughed at me and spoke to each other in their language.
Didn't feel so well today so just hung out at the Hotel....(didn't want to go to far from a toilet lol)
... plans of visiting the New Medina also known as Habours. I was not really sure what to expect as the Lonely Planet did not really sell it (I should know better than taking Lonely Planet at their word) nor did anywhere else that I tried to look at online, but Gabriella certainly wanted to check it out.
It was actually quite nice but more a shopping district than a Medina (i.e. not walled). But it certainly felt more local and less ...
... a third time I doubt we would have been let onto the plane. We got through without another hitch and after a coffee and a wait we were allowed to board the plane.
Flying with Saudia Airlines was... interesting. Getting a full service flight for the less than half the price of the next cheapest flight was a little worrying. Having to transit in Saudi Arabia was a little worrying. Especially when we learnt that single women aren't allowed to be in the airport ...
... of markets we missed. Looking back. I probably could have done without this!
We entered the market behind concrete walls to find a confusing, and I have to admit, a bit frightening winding path through the flea market. An elderly man latched on to us right away guiding us through the market asking what we were looking for. At first we saw him as a bit of a threat, the “come to my shop” guy. As we passed through the ...
... 5 star hotel that is almost finished. It caught my attention back on my 2010 Superhike due to it's location: a run down warehouse area near the port. Since then I've been told that this whole area is going to be transformed into an upscale business district. Then there's the Casa Port train station that's being rebuilt... even the walls of the Old Medina have been spruced up a bit--along with the houses atop the wall that are facing outside recieving a fresh coat of ...