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So I'm sitting here in Dubai airport, with my bags taking up more room than myself. Thankfully it has been a fairly uneventful journey so far - there is something to be said about not starting a journey with a bang! However, it wasn't entirely uneventful... Myself and another solo traveller, when transiting through Melbourne airport, completely missed ...
... Oryx which are called Al Maha (beautiful eyes) in Arabic. Their coats reflect the sunlight and they can go for months without drinking water. Which is just as well in the desert.
Our guide told us how to work out how many minutes until sunset by using our fingers. We worked out 20 minutes and we were right! The sun sets really quickly here. One minute it is light and the next minute it is dark. It ...
After waiting in Brunei for 3.5hrs and being educated on general bathroom procedures used in Brunei it was time again to board our next flight onto London... now we knew that we would be making a very short stop into Dubai to refuel ( a Technical stop) and continue on our away without disruptions... or so we thought... Upon arriving in Dubai we were instructed to get off the plane by this stage is 1am in the morning, most of us had been cat napping whilst others had ...
... the sunrise and then settle down with an Ian Flemming series which I'm looking forward to resuming on the flight home. Scott watched some awful monster movie, Godzilla. It looked like a load of nonsense if you ask me, but weirdly he seemed to enjoy it nonetheless. Each to their own. It was then a hand out of breakfast rolls (smoked salmon and scrambled egg) and coffee before the seatbelt lights came on and our descent was well in progress. A very good landing saw ...
... watches and handbags, and draped with cashmere scarves. We were disappointed that we missed out on the spice market, but it was just too hot. We went out on the Palm, the man made island. It is pretty amazing. You wouldn't even know that this was made from loads of sand being dumped into the ocean. It just appears to be a normal suburb with roads and houses. The prongs/arms of the palm are lined with houses, one on each ...