Symphony Hotel Apartments
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... in over 2 days, planning my trip home from Dubai. Kuwait is canceled. I need to get back to my world and continue my recovery. This is the worst I’ve had it in ages, hands down.
I’m staying a couple of extra days, simply because I can’t handle a flight right now. Then back by Monday….Nothing like a medical emergency to add a fly to the ointment, huh?
Friday, November 21 (Dubai)
On Friday morning, I woke up feeling NOT like death. I had ...
... inspiring on a short walk to the river and back. Trains were german efficient, we waited 40 secs for one and walked onto the others. Just luck we suppose. At the airport now having Japanese for lunch, yes sick of european food. Spending up our last euro. We'll have no cash at Dubai, but thats ok. Chicken yakitori, yum yum had seconds. Still cold and gloomy. Weather will be 30 our first day back. That should be fun. Signing out now till Dubai or infinity. The plane looks fairly ...
Our next visit was into the cool of what had to be the biggest supermarket that we had ever seen.
This was also an amazing experience as the range of products on display was enormous, with some prices including Australian Beef being much cheaper than at our 'local' Woolies!
Arrived in Dubai at 8.30pm last night to 35' and high humidity. It was like walking into a sauna! Had to wait awhile for the hotel bus, but eventually got there. The voucher allowed us dinner and breakfast. Room very comfortable so had a good night's rest. At the airport we are departing from Gate A ...
... sit in the front, if you are a female they take you to a room out the back. Families usually separate to eat which I found weird but then there is designated spots for women in queues, on the bus etc. All quite odd really or just different. I don't know.
And some people are super lovely and helpful and some wouldn't know what manners were if it hit them in the face.
All in all the Middle East has been a great experience.
Fly to London tomorrow. Bring on Europe ...