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... of solid wood. Anyway for 18p I got to cross the creek and jump on the next metro line back to flat I'm staying at.
I would like to have done a few more things like the old fort and that but 3 days isn't really enough for here. I reckon a week and you could do most things but it's not particularly traveller friendly as it's so expensive. I would highly recommend it as a holiday though.
... get good vision of the buildings and road system close by. Mitch and I found it a little underwhelming but we are comparing it to the view in New York so maybe not very fair. It is still amazing to see what has been built in a very short time in the middle of the desert! Then back to the hotel on another hairy ride by taxi and straight to the Plantation Bar for happy hour beer and wine and some share food for dinner. Now it's bedtime after our "tourist day". Ni- ...
... an let us into our room all in 10 minutes. Didn't beat my Osaka record (7 mins clearing customs and in hotel) but this time we didn't do customs - hotel was great, after 26 hours with no sleep 7 hours in the sack was welcome, as was the shower.
Arriving at Dubai at 11pm gave us no idea how busy the airport would be - it was quiet as a tomb at night. This morning it was really busy. No ...
S: singing 'I believe I can fly' at the the top of our voices on a train home after a rather boozy dinner with the Colfers
D: the doors of the bus that kept flying open on our horrendous journey to Milford-Sound
J: the moment that Ollie got pooed on, on the face, by a bird in Heron Island
O: the clown/monster dressed man that jumped out at Mum on the train to Cusco, and her extremely loud reaction!
A bit worried to read yesterday that a tourist boat on the way to Komodo sank leaving some passengers in the water waiting to be rescued for 40 hours. Two passengers still missing.
We will be taking such a trip on 5 September. Feeling a bit nervous ...