Ramsar Azadi Hotel
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Thought about going to the gym this morning ... but that's as far as it went. That'd be the men-only gym of course as women aren't permitted in there!
Anyway, met Aisha after breakfast to talk about the course & plan for tomorrow.
Got everything sorted so went back to my room & edited photos for a while until Saeed arrived at about 11. Nice to not be quite so rushed in the morning!
Picked up Davide & Egle who are from Italy ...
I woke up early this morning & decided to go for a walk around town at sunrise. It's the best time for photos, plus I always feel like you get much more of a feel for a place if you walk around it a bit (particularly on your own).
There wasn't much that was particularly scenic & I couldn't look up a map since the Internet was non-existent here but I found a park nearby where a couple were doing their morning yoga & watched the sunrise from ...
I always forget just how early you have to get up to make the 6am flight to Dubai (urgh!!), and just how long it takes to get from Perth to Dubai.
But then, once you watch a movie or two, eat your meals and do some work ... it all seems to fly by (boom boom ... yes, you're welcome ... the jokes are just one of my many talents folks!).
Due to the client ...
Off we go up the motorway…. I tried to go a little slower then the others however that just meant I caused a blockage and got honked a lot. (keep in mind it's a 3 lane motorway turned into a 5.5 lane motorway)
So going slow is no good then speed up to match them… all was good and flowed nicely. I would stay in the slow lane and everyone was happy… however this also had its issues. Once a car had gone past and noticed our car it would ...
today I decided to take a day off and work in my room. But looking from the window I noticed a large park that nobody told me about. So I decided to go for a « stroll in the park » as they say. After some inquiry I learned more about the park that recently opened for the public. Most interesting is an amazing bridge built by a young architect (woman !) of 26 years old called Leila ...