Sharjah International Airport Hotel
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Ich komm trotzdem nicht wieder.
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... back. Dubai airport is very sleek and very large. We found our way to the connecting flight for Entebbe. A cup of tea (and fur some) a croissant, followed. English breakfast tea with cold milk went down very well. When the flight was called we were transported in a bus across the airport for at least 15 minutes. We were running out of hope of seeing an Emirates plane in this part of the ...
... giving me the “are you for real” daughter to Dad stare, which I have become very adept at ignoring.
Enough for now. It’s pretty pathetic blogging in flight when there are so much more to do like looking around, going to the toilet/closet, sleeping etc etc.
Sorry no photos for this entry.
Next blog will be Rome.
PS I forgot about these photos of the wine shop in Dubai airport
... only to realise that its not common for women to sit outside at all. We people watched and caught up on gossip while drinking our very sweet mint tea it was delicious, it cost 20 dirhams which works out to be around $2.50 for our teas. And so lovely to catch up with Sarah again. Once the doors opened at the restaurant a bit later and off we went to try some beautiful food, we decided to go to Al Mounia one of the ...
... where we will explore on our way home as we will have 3 nights (2 full days) here. Have been thinking of doing a tour to the Hajar Mountains but may stay closer to town, there is certainly plenty to see. Bonus is that Ramadan finished yesterday so at least the place is "alive" again. Oh did I forget to mention no trouble getting a beer during the day - got to keep the fluid intake up in this ...
... 66AED, which was a great price for me!
In the Mall of Emirates, I ate Indian food for lunch. I got a lot of food for 26AED. I should also mention the food was pretty good for a "fast food" place. After I ate, I walked around a lot, but I didn't notice any souvenir shops in this mall. My plan was to quickly go to Dubai Mall, find a magnet, figure out plans for the Burj Kalifa, and then head back to the Mall of Emirates. I went to Dubai Mall, and accomplished finding a magnet I ...