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... tv, mini bar and reclining chair. To top the flight off, we find the bar (of course we wait for the plane to take off). The bar is fully fitted out, including an extensive cocktail list. At this point it is morning in Dubai, but afternoon in Adelaide so we struggle at the thought of drinking......almost. We comprise by ordering "breakfast" cocktails. Leonie starts with an espresso martini, me a subtle breakfast martini.......ummmmm most of the food groups ...
... up. I threw down my super plump pillow in the side aisle where I usually stretch my feet out. It was during that time of the night when the stewardesses catch their three hours of sleep and I recharged my batteries so to speak so that when I arrived in Dubai I was rested enough to function. That was important because that flight over is a stressful time. You really aren't sure if someone will even be there, even though they have picked up the tab for your flight. ...
... font-size: 10px;">2 (1,588 sq mi)Population (1 January 2013) • Total2,106,177 • 17% Emirati
1.5% Sri Lankan
5.7% other countriesTime ...
... a brief respite from the more “earthy” travel experiences. However, if forced to choose only one, we would definitely choose the adventure travel option, as you learn far more from being stretched beyond your zones of comfort and familiarity.
We land in Dubai, and appreciate the efficient, fast track immigration process. In just a few minutes we are in the car, on the way to our home for ...
... landed in the dark Dubai just looked to have a few more lights than our last visit. After a 45 minute convoluted walk and rail ride we are at our next departing terminal and have 1:15 to wait and wander the duty free shops before the last leg to ...