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... noise, but I assumed it was going to be loud. Very surprisingly, the takeoff was quiet, and I was even sitting right next to the engines! Nevertheless, it was still silky smooth and enjoyable! This flight had a stopover in Bangkok enroute to Dubai. On the flight to Bangkok, I had my own row and I slept like a baby for the 2 hour flight. Once we arrived in Bangkok, we Dubai passengers were told to stay on the plane while they cleaned the aircraft. I was able to watch a ...
... absence of additions to the fruit, they revelled in slipping one by.
We slowly returned to our room, feeling happy that we'd got money's worth, and our helpful room man had just finished cleaning the room and turning beds down. He'd lined up shoes, toiletries and Eva's newsagency on the desk (how many textas and paper does a girl need?!?!), and after introducing himself as being from Bangladesh, he gave a towel-art demo to the kids by making a ...
Welcome to Dubai in winter! We were warned about the temperature, but this was very pleasant with the temperature in the mid twenties. Our flight with Emirates was very pleasant with good leg room, good service from friendly staff and tasty food. Can certainly recommend them. On arrival we were transported by bus to the terminal, we drove, and drove, it took so long, we thought we will be lucky and be dropped off at our hotel!
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... behind to get out of the rain. The upside was that we were so tired by this time that we all slept for a good 5-6 hours - even the monkeys! We arrived in Dubai at about 9, caught the shuttle to our hotel - quick dinner and then couldnt resist the urge to do a quick city tour to look at the amazing buildings - so glad we did! Our cab driver gave us lots of snippet of information about Dubai and took us to an external viewing to some of the better known buildings. A kind security ...
... morning - the Grand Mosque - absolutely srunning - the F1 track - home to next Sunday's race in the evening, we walked around Dubai's silk and gold souks - the words "you want Rolex, sunglaases, t-shirt....." are still ringing in our ears. Did you know - Abu Dhabi is the largest and most populated of the 7 emirates that make up the ...
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