The Palace The Old Town
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After feeling a bit crazed ticking last things off the list we boarded our plane at 10pm. Keep in mind that this is the first time we have left our 3 (adult) children for any great length of time so I was feeling a tad emotional as well as a bit anxious, being the nervous flyer that I am. We flew with Emirates on an A380 and, despite beings 15 hour …
We decided to visit dubai and to stay in The Palace of the Old Town this is the lobby
This morning we arrived at Griffin Travel and I couldn’t believe my eyes. Ms. Elaine Hanan, CEO North Europe, Middle East and Africa, was drinking water from a Real Zaragoza glass, my hometown football’s team. At Griffin they are specialists on marine travel and market leaders looking for innovative ways to extend the scope and value of the service they offer. The relationships with all major airlines enable ...
... of the camels is 1 year old whilst the other one is 10 months or he could have been saying that 1 camel ride is 10 dirham. Or maybe he was trying to sell us a camel!! In these circumstances we found it best to keep smiling, nod and walk slowly away.
I had seriously thought about buying a dish dasher and a khaffiyah to go native while we are here in the Middle East however whilst we were having lunch the following spectacle made me change my mind. Approaching us were ...
With darkness descending, it was time to say goodbye and wish everyone good luck and I returned to Auntie’s cottage to prepare for the cold and some dinner. The next day I returned to Kohima and Nino’s apartment.
Kohima was already in Christmas mood with many businesses closing and a giant exodus to the villages underway. Unfortunately my plans to return to the War Cemetery were thwarted as it closed for ...
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