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After our flight being delayed by 5 hours from Melbourne Tullamarine Airport, we finally take off to Dubai! Once we have arrived in Singapore (where I decide to stay on the plane to get a few zzz's) a 70 year old woman in front of me starts complaining about her blood nose. This continues for 30 mins, and the flight attendants say she won't be able …
... fact I just got my first passport stamp and new adventures were awaiting me the excitement took over.
Oh and before I forget I just wanted to mention that I will be breaking these posts up over time so I don't get too overwhelmed with writing them all and keep them coming steadily, so even on slow news days I should still be posting stuff.
Anyways I'm off to go adventuring
... very bad circumstances.
From the train station we went directly to the Red Fort in Old Delhi. We stored here our luggage and visit the Fort which was not as nice as the Red Fort in Agar it was built by the same man; Shah Jahan. After
this we tried to find something to eat since there was nothing available in the Fort. There where no good restaurants close by so we ended up at the Mc Donalds. We were tired because ...
... version out here. They are on a Friday to celebrate the weekend (it's the equivalent to their Sunday) and everyone lets their hair down. It's essentially held in all the big hotels and is as much as you can drink and eat: wine, beer, cocktails, spirits and then Italian, Chinese, Indian, English, local, etc. like everything here its vast, room after room of food which you help yourself too. It was great. Aladdin had a roast but... "Not quite as good as mummy's." Incidentally ...
... What's better, USA or Dubai?". While I am unabashedly patriotic, especially to my home country of Texas, it gave me the opportunity to think of the areas where Dubai truly shines. Foremost, the development that has occurred in Dubai is nothing short of miraculous. Before moving, I'd seen the films about the transition from pearl fishing village in the 60s to small economic center in the 90s to booming metropolis but, ...