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... about. There has been other times when I have been on my knees and lower then I have ever been. I didn't handle this very well but I've learnt and it won't happen again. Maybe I will meet someone else or maybe I won't, at the end of the day you enter the game alone and you will leave it alone, I will be fine either way. I'm going to get my last flight home now, I will do one more post tomorrow and then that will be it. It's been ...
Woke up earlier than I would've liked I think because of the time difference still. It took me a while to get off to sleep to as there was a lot of things going through my head. Had a few hours to kill before I had to leave for the airport so I had a lazy breakfast while watching some Polish TV. You haven’t watched McGyver until you watched it dubbed into Polish, with one guy doing all the voices. I had a long shower, shaved and finished packing. After ...
... was going to come true. I asked the tour guides near the hut where the other girls were if I could dress up. At first he said no due to it not being apart of the tour and he could get into a lot of trouble if his boss saw. He then said the other girls paid extra to do it. In a loud voice I told him how unfair that was and how I really wanted to experience wearing Islamic clothing. He hushed me and at no ...
We arrived in Dubai early afternoon and pretty much on time, after an uneventful trip on Emirates that included a short stopover in Singapore.
Dubai is located on the southeast coast of the Persian Gulf and is one of the seven emirates that make up the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and with a population of about 1.4 million, Dubai is the most populous city.
Dubai has grown steadily into a ...
... our turn to find out what this is all going to cost. We can not help but think we will be paying for a hotel tonight in Dubai, losing a hotel in Buenos Aires, paying a fee for the rescheduled flight, and so on and so on. After eavesdropping on the others stories in the room, mainly illegal passports, deportations and shady characters. We realize we are a pretty easy case for this guy. After a couple hours of patiently waiting, he emerges from his office and says it is all ...