Sahara Hotel Apartments
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... aquarium is a zoo with penguins and all sorts........ Meadowhall (where I have never been thank goodness) and Milton Keynes eat your heart out! My favourite outlet was the Bateel Date emporium otherwise know as date heaven. We tried several which were truly delicious, sweet and creamy.......mmmmm! Pure calorific gold!
We emerged from the mall into bright sunshine and settled into a cafe overlooking the 800m plus Burj Khalifa........this building is so ...
... to get out!
Neil, an aircraft mechanic, Sabrina, a teacher, as well as Diana completed the table with the TNTs! Thanks Neil for dinner!
So it is to bed for us! Diana is off therefore it will be an early start as we will spend the day at the water park! We can hear Nobless in the room next to ours blowing up her water wings in preparation for tomorrow's adventure....or.....did she have too many ...
... to 30kg each in economy class, we are now entitled to 40kg each in business class, so what does Ron suggest? 'Let's go shopping, we have an additional 20kg we can now carry.' Let's ignore the fact that Geneva is probably the most expensive place on earth to shop, but he did...like Australia, all stores have post Christmas sales, so he thinks he picked up a few ...
After wasting an hour talking and reading messages we then proceeded to try our luck through Brisbane airport security. We made it through without any drama and without any waiting in lines. Mark then complained about his hunger so we checked out the airport restaurants. Mark decided on sushi from a place called “Wasabi Warriors” He bought a peri peri bento and they had a great design on the napkins. I thought it was a great use of Japanese culture into a ...
... into the desert....red, orange, and yellow dunes as far as the eye could see. Robsy tricked me into getting in front of the car right before it ALL began! What I didn't know, is that the safari includes some serious dune negotiating and our land cruiser looked like a pure bread stallion in its starting blocks....BANG and away we went! I don't think I could open my right hand for a good half hour after we got back onto the roads, as I had been squeezing the ...