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... we decided to see if we could check in our bags with Emirates. Then discovered they are in terminal one, quite a trek including a train.The flight leaves at 1.10 am it is now 7pm, told no you can't check your bags. At terminal one there seems to be only shops selling chocolates at least 20 but nobody buying, plus a couple of coffee bars. At 10 pm we were able to loose our luggage and go through to departures. Not good, ...
... nowhere and plateau-ed like tabletop mountain in Cape Town. This was on a much smaller scale, but looked lovely all the same.
Then suddenly out of nowhere, there were hundreds of acres of green fields of crops that were being watered by sprinkler systems and this continued for scores of miles. The crops and fruit being grown were Apples, Pears, Peaches, Corn, barley and maize. In this harsh environment I found it mind-boggling.
Others in the ...
... purpose of going) as there were so many rides to go on - trouble was the queue to get on for the 30 seconds of adrenalin! Elly, Pascale and I went on the big water slide (5 lanes) as in the photo - such fun!
It took an hour by bus to get there so we were in the middle of big land space - with some luxury houses on the way. I have to tell you all our fellow Fijians a cool story. When we were walking out of the the complex ...
... actually. It turns
out that about a half hour after Sigga and I returned to our hostel the
protest got very violent not far from where we were staying. Over 100
people were injured and around 30 were arrested. Firecrackers were
thrown at police,tear gas was used by the police and a lot of tearing
down of parts of buildings and breaking windows occurred. Pretty intense
stuff for an American who isn't used to protests in general! ...
... surprisingly still open at 8pm, I wanted to check them out to see what clothes shopping in Spain was like. We ended up spending about 2 hours going from shop to shop, where I found a shirt with Mount Rushmore on it (what?!) and a nice pair of jeans for €6.00 which was supurb because I didn't pack that many clothes for the trip and wasn't able to do laundry. We ate dinner super early by Spanish standards (around 6pm) and got hungry so we found a ...