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This has been a long day! We stayed at the Airport Mercure last night which was really very good and we were up at 3.15am for a 4am check-in. Our Emirates flight left on time at 6am and the 14 hour flight from Sydney went smoothly. We were lucky enough to get exit row seats so were able to stretch out and rest comfortably, if not sleep. Dubai airport is very modern, spacious and almost empty. Like ...
... in the Bahamas. As we were returning, we stopped at another of the Jumeirah hotels and were able to get a tour. Again, amazing rooms with wonderful views.
Our next stop was The Mall of the Emirates. This mall comes complete with a ski/snowboard slope! More of the same mix of high end stores, American chains and Middle Eastern stores. Lots of restaurants and a nice sized food court too.
... provides so they would dry out. As an apology they gave me a $100 voucher to buy from the duty free catalogue.
We hit a lot of turbulence and the crew were ordered back to their seats and all had to put our seat belts on several times and apparently we made a huge detour around storms and came back around the Great Australian Bight instead of crossing near India and through the top end of Australia.
Our lie flat beds ...
... strike lucky with "The Place Beyond the Pines" (Ryan Gosling being smooth and good-looking as usual), but "Burt Wonderstone" was a misstep, I must admit. I found the new Star Trek noisy and not that absorbing as well. Sometimes you just have to pay the price for not spending every evening pointlessly cruising the internet.
Arrival in Dubai midnightish for a shortish change over. It's nearly a massive ...
... prize in the gaudy gold jewellery goes to Dubai. These little shops and stalls are very cool, not so cool are the spruikers. We shopped through the gold and spice shops then got our little boat back over to the textile souks. A few negotiations later we had ourselves some pashmina and the salesman had some egg ..... on his face.
Long hot day but more to come