Loyalty Inn Al Maha Regency
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... than Alita could carry (shame about that), and the obligatory Dubai Museum visit. Interesting, although all local content. Amongst that we we wandered through the textile part of town, where Alita thought she might lose a kidney, checked out the local fish and vegetable market, where we received far more attention than I was comfortable with, then waited 20 minutes for the bus in 46 degree heat. Not so pleasant :-) By the time we got back to the hotel, we both showered then collapsed ...
... knows where he is going and we set off. Had to stop i past the bank to get cash first as they dont let you pay by card at the shooting range for some reason. After a while in the taxi i ask the driver if he knows where he is going and he says no, he is just aimlessly driving around. I even show him how to get there on google maps on my phone and he still misses the turn off and has to do a massive loop around. So a drive that should take ...
... she was fed up of getting taxis as it was costing a fortune and david works up this end anyway. I wont get to see her again either as she leaves to go back home tomorrow. Pretty hungry by now we all stopped off at a cafe and got some Carrot cake. Not as good as the lime tree cafe but it was still pretty good. Mum abbie and davie hadnt been to the Hotpot so we went there for dinner. Really good munch! Think they enjoyed it ...
... gate ready in time to board the bus for the next plane. Just a normal 777 this time unfortunately. So the next 8 hour journey lay ahead of us, and it seriously felt like I could feel every minute of those 8hours. Longest flight ever. So I'm typing this whilst flying and will post when I get to the hotel. The sun is setting outside the plane window as we approach Our first night in Singapore. I feel a Singapore Sling may be in order tonight to ...
Brekky was had at Kathmandu Java cafe. I sat like a Cheshire cat in the corner, sampling their house brew made from home grown Nepalese Arabica beans. A beeg hug for each of my new friends, who I am certain to see again and Dushyant and I jump into our taxi....airport bound. Kathmandu airport is everything you would imagine it to be....the heat is stifling, and there is a web of people all moving in different directions speaking loudly in languages unknown, it's a mesh of ...