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... a purchase was Tunisia where he got himself a fez from a boy who not only couldnt speak english but dont think he could speak any language. At the egyptian area as we entered some random asked me if i was Egyptian, Ivar found this funny. He found it even more funn when 2 minutes later inside someones shop another guys asked me if i am Egyptian. Ivar by this time only had 60dhs left in his wallet. He couldnt help but spend it. This guy ...
... our drivers and work in the hotel. The hardware shops only stock a sample and when you buy the product it is either delivered to the store from the warehouse or to your home. No solar energy as the desalination plant provides steam which is converted to electricity. Ashleigh and I are trying to keep count of what they learn in each subject. We thought that science would be an issue but it is currently leading. Just thought I would put in some interesting facts. ...
... with an ice luge. It's looks pretty impressive. Much larger scale than the indoor slope in Auckland. (And by the way York installed this one too haha)
We did forget it's Ramadan here at he moment - so no eating in public during daylight hours. They feast at dusk - so that's the only time the restaurants and cafés are open. We were a little confused though because they still have ...
I spent a day in Dubai with Steve, Cat and Phatty. Cat is his wife and Phatty is his cat - freshly shaven with just ugg boots and a fluffy tip left on his tail. Fantastic to see them all again after 6 years. Hot hot hot in Dubai - 41 degrees and really ...
... area to some of my previous expetuences in suva many years ago but you dudnt see poverty here just basic market area that you might expect in India. was really interesting and I managed to stumble across all 3 souks even though I had actually forgotten that one was across the river. I really enjoyed using the abra original water taxi as a mode of transport. this area really did make you feel like you were in an arabic nation, over loud ...