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... behind us we were bound for Dubai. This is not goodbye Sydney, just see you soon. Dubai After a quick power nap we met up with Rogers friend and headed out to Dubai Marina for dinner and drinks. It is amazing the buildings that have been built here and the amount of work still being done. The next day was spent sight seeing and trying to survive the crazy traffic. We then visited the biggest mall in the world, where even Nic ...
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Day four saw another very relaxed morning including a walk down to the local Sunday markets which was very nice, however very very cold! Then we came back and had a lovely hot meal of pork spare ribs before heading off to Andy's daughter's place for a few hours in the afternoon.
And that's the end of my Switzerland ...
We woke up early so we could finish shopping and catch a train to Liechtenstein. After an hour of furious shopping, we finished!! Nothing like waiting until the last day! We caught our train to Buchs. From there, we had to catch a yellow bus into Liechtenstein.
We went to the tourist office in Vaduz and got the "Tourist Stamp" in our passport. Apparently there are some countries that will view your passport as invalid if you have one of these stamps!!! I'm in ...
... to see. One of our alumni is working for Kraus Maffei in Munich. He came down to the show to walk around and wanted us to come to his company's booth for lunch. Is was nice to catch up with him. More German sausages and a beer (or two) for lunch!!
I would have thought we would have easily finished the remaining buildings before 4:00. Nope, we had to hurry through the last three buildings. Most of those buildings contained auxiliary equipment. We ...
... streets in cafés. We ended up in the old, largest department store - Jelmoli. Rather like a small Selfridges. The food hall was amazing! So many small stalls selling freshly made food, each section with a different theme. Lots of variety of fruits and vegetables piled into pretty displays and rows of pretty looking cakes. But it was all expensive. We bought a couple of pastries and some yoghurts for breakfast and continued to wander around. At 10.30am we headed back past the ...