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Our last 2 days in UAE were planned for Dubai. Zoe kindly dropped us to the bus station and we hopped on a bus and headed north in air conditioned comfort. After the journey, which took about 2 hours, we hopped off the bus and sat down to some Pakistani chicken and rice to try to work out where we were and, more importantly, how to get to where we …
... 5 hours we were there:
Berries (we received a plain non-lactose version)
A piece of cold meat
Various sandwiches (refilled) salmon, tuna, chicken, dried tomatoes...
Several pastries (refilled)
Lychee sorbet with rose
A box of chocolates to take home
Blackcurrant and hibiscus tea
Cappucino with soymilk
Passionfruit ice tea
I arrived in the United Arab Emirates on January 4, 2015. The school had booked me a flight that routed me from Guadalajara, Mexico to Los Angeles and then on to a country known today as the UAE, a small oil-rich nation that is one of the "Gulf Coast" countries along with Bahrain, Oman, Saudi Arabia and Qatar.
I had felt bad about leaving the school in Guadalajara because I liked the people. It was a money decision as I am getting older and hope to save some cash ...
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... and jasmine rice and chocolate mousse for my second dinner.
Differences between the Emirates and Qantas flights so far. Emirates had real metal cutlery and Qantas plastic! Emirates gave us a hot flannel on boarding and Qantas did not. Emirates had for US$1 wi-fi throughout the flight and Qantas had none in my cabin.
Breakfast of scrambled eggs with chicken sausage, hash browns, tomato, spinach and ...