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International travel from Australia is such a pain! 14 hours in economy is not very comfortable. So now we have 3 or 4 hours in the middle of the night to kill. Checked out all the duty free shops - prices on cameras, computers, phones and clothes are the same as retail in Melbourne. And as usual, food price is inflated. And universal it seems - Burger King and Maccas, plus an assortment of cafes ...
... and there it began-shop after shop containing huge barrels of spices from all around the world. Bags of cinnamon sticks sat next to huge chunks of frankincense. It looked like a strange kind of glassy rock, but when it was put on a hot coal burner, the smell made me think I could be in a stable in Bethleham. I stayed in the Spice Souk as long as my allergies would allow, picking up a few things along the way.
Now, if that were all that I had experienced, it would have ...
... the most liberal of all Arab countries, western bankers, but most of all, ordinary people from south and south-east Asia doing the drudge work that local Emiratis won’t do, earning good money that helps support their families back home and provides the nest egg that will allow them one day to return home to start a family. We get some fascinating insights on what it’s like to be a native Emirati during an evening at the Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid ...
... I found particularly interesting was the balancing of privacy and safety. Technology now gives us the ability to track employees down to the building they are located in, but the question arises as to whether this is an invasion on employees' freedoms and privacy.
On top of the knowledge gained through the presentations and discussions, the conference proved to be extremely valuable in networking with people in the industry. I feel very lucky to have a large pocketful ...
... it comes with mushy peas!), but before you pelt us with pebbles, I must just tell you that this beer-batter-coated-wonder is quite famous. In fact, each patron ordering it is issued with a card reading as follows:
I am guest number 216975* to eat the famous Boardwalk Fish & Chips.
Of course, it is possible that all this hype would amount to much ado about nothing, but no - it truly was the best fish and chips ...
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