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... in attendance. Caroline Allen, the Regional Director (EMEA) for ACTE, who was also responsible for this event, was kind enough to stop every now and then and clarify a lot of discussions happening all around us.
I became the event's de facto mic runner and acquired the skills of brisk walking whilst in heels. The forum itself was very educational and a great opportunity for us ...
... be the last entry, for this journey !! Looking back it has been one of the best holidays we have had,from going nearly to the top of the snow covered volcano in Chile, to hurtling down the steepest railway in Australia,walking over the harbour bridge, visiting the Opera House, and having the opportunity to go up the highest building in the world,and all the other brilliant places we have been fortunate enough to visit and the lovely people we have met on our ...
... known as Hindi Lane which is home of the original Indian community in Dubai.
We continued on to the Bur Dubai souk which was a covered street with mostly souvenir shops and tailors so again it was running the gauntlet of sales people trying to drag you into their shop and buy something. After successfully negotiating the souk we walked along the waterfront which had a nice cool breeze to the ...
S: "totes jelly!"- Ben and Trev
D: "David, would you like to touch a cloud"- flying in the sea plane from Heron Island
J: "watch out kids, today is a burny burny day!"- Dad...everyday.
O: "I haven't got many light here Jocko!"- our rather panicky bus driver returning from Milford-Sound, who seemed to have forgotten that his mic was still on
8. FAVOURITE COUNTRY:
S: New Zealand
... Arab driver spent much of the time doing his office work, eg phone calls, writing, sorting papers and giving his stapler a good workout, all while travelling at 120kph! Muscat is spread along the coastline for about 50kms and we had difficulty choosing where to stay, but ended up in Mutrah - a good choice. It was only a 15 minute walk to the Corniche and souq, and from here we walked along the foreshore to the fish ...