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The plane to the Maldives was delayed but it was of no real consequence as I was to spend the night in the airport in any case. Just me, my backpack and my roll mat.
Landing in the dark in the Maldives was interesting. It really felt like we were going to land on water. Airports are never great places to sleep in. Somehow, I managed to get some.
I got up as sunrise came to the Maldives. The ferry over from the airport island took me swiftly to Male. ...
... airport works, I just witnessed that … need to try someday :D
Dusseldorf… yep still in Europe after one transfer… this is the second. Our plans to go to the city for short wall are past, we are choosing the safe state and staying at airport. The plane is taking off at around 5 hours and we don’t want any possible problem to miss it. I can tell you, next time I fly somewhere I’m taking less transfers, this ...
... about this place. Abu Dhabi is part of the United Arab Emirates of which there are nine other Emirates. It is the second largest Emirate after Dubai. The main culture is Arabic and the main religion is Muslim. The men wear white robes from the Bedouin culture called a Dishdash and they own as many as 50 because they change several times a day, cleanliness is very important to them. The head scarf is called a Keffyeh. and is held in place ...
The adventure has begun, and I'm half way to the final destination!
Found a familiar face walking around the airport....my friend Zarah and after a slice of authentic Abu Dhabi pizza, we are ready for the last 6 hrs of our trip, hopefully grabbing a few moments of shut eye before landing bright and early in Manchester.
Signing off.....first ...
I’m writing this from the backseat of the car as we drive home from Abu Dhabi. The sand on the road, the clusters of camels, and the camel crossing signs to accompany them remind me that we’re in the desert. Dubai and Abu Dhabi are so developed and built up and shiny that it is hard to remember this is desert terrain.
Before our meeting today we made a pit stop at the world’s second largest mosque (this is up for debate, I think), the Grand Mosque. We ...