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... upgrade to Business for only slightly less than the normal fare which we foolishly declined, our second mistake! The pre flight five hour drive to Joberg went well as usual then Nicky and I were swept up into the maelstrom of international air travel with it's range of increasingly inhuman experiences that are too familiar to all of us. Yep it was the same old sheep race to security officers who are always small in number compared ...
Since I found out we were coming to Qatar, I wanted to check out the Sheraton Hotel. It is shaped like a pyramid and is lit up every night with different colors. We found a great restaurant called Latinos. It is an Argentinian Churrascaria. The chef was great and made food and special meats just for Dino. The picture I have included is the inside of the Pyramid. This is definitely my favorite hotel in ...
... of a six week incredible journey around India and through onward blog posts we will attempt to recreate that journey for you, warts and all. For now, just a little context on why we had selected India as a destination. When planning our travels way back in Spring 2014, there were three key things we tried to achieve:-
1) explore new countries
2) see as many wonders of the world and incredible sights as possible and
3) follow ...
... the world!
Dad spent the next day at work so I slept, read, packed and discovered the hotel business centre to print off all my stuff. It was during the double check of all my documents I realised that my travel insurance started in June 2015 for 3 months - whoops! Luckily this was quick to fix..
The final of the football world cup was that night so Dad invited some of his friends over to watch ...
As we have been using the same credit card the whole time here, we ended up booking a water villa for FREE, using all the points we’ve accumulated. Nervous we’d be staying in a toilet on stilts, we showed up and it was spectacular. Placed perfectly into a serene lagoon, we spent the next two days swimming around, doing some snorkel, and generally losing ourselves in the serenity.
Every good thing must come to an end though, and we were off to ...