Sharjah Carlton Hotel
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S: "totes jelly!"- Ben and Trev
D: "David, would you like to touch a cloud"- flying in the sea plane from Heron Island
J: "watch out kids, today is a burny burny day!"- Dad...everyday.
O: "I haven't got many light here Jocko!"- our rather panicky bus driver returning from Milford-Sound, who seemed to have forgotten that his mic was still on
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S: New Zealand
... went to the beach, it was quite hard to find the beach, I asked a lady who sent me in the right direction but I wasn't too sure where I was going and I had to try remember the way back, took me about 40mins to walk there and when I got there it was pretty windy and ************e on the beach but lots of kite surfers, I got some pictures of the Burj Al Arab tower, but was quite far away! After that I walked back to the metro and headed to Dubai mall, I got there early enough ...
... than enjoying the music haha! Also last night got my another Africa. Bracelet so I'm so proud it is again from a local guy so I don't need to buy really touristic stuff. One night was fun - driving around with new friends and checking all the hotels during the night , their insides and interior , which were beautiful! And of course had lots of fun:p with same new friends had dinner parties and ...
Sleep was obviously required!!!! Kevin wakes at eight and wakes me at nine!! We have places to go and things to do. We have plans to go to the Dubai Mall, supposedly the biggest in the world. We catch the hotel shuttle bus to a drop of point for the hop on, hop off (but not for us today) and walk for a couple of minutes to the nearest metro station. It is already 33 degrees, but from the metro stop for the mall right in to the mall ...
... when we et to Dubai. The plane was one of the new air bus - an A380-800. It has two levels of seats. Upstairs is for first and business classes while downstairs is economy. Economy has 10 seats per row and there are at least 50 rows. The plane was full so there appear to be lots of people flying around the world. The flight with Emirates was the best we have had so far with excellent service and food. The aircrafts facilities include wifi, ...