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A private car was organised for our transfer to the airport.
We departed Dubai for our flight home to Brisbane. The Flight departed from Terminal 3 at 10:25 am on an Emirates flight EK 434 Airbus A380-800. The flight was 13 hours 40 minutes.
Waiting at Dubai airport for journey home.
The holiday is coming to an ...
... we were sitting at the table, and they came out with the silver serving platters held up and they all placed them down in sync, and then lifted the covers in sync, it was very fine dining dramatic, and cool.
It's now 11.22pm, I've checked under my bed for creepy crawlies, and now it's time for sleep before a 3.45am wake up call for hot air ballooning at sunrise. I can't wait for another amazing day at this beautiful resort.
Anyone who's followed this blog since the beginning will know that we're fans of the open top bus. A city without an open top bus route is just not a city worth visiting, and this city has 3 routes! Today we opted for the red route which covered mostly the old original city of Dubai. We enjoyed the wind in our hair so much that we missed the stop and had to get a taxi back to Creek Park.
Creek Park is ...
... Stephen would say a word and i had to say the first think that came to my head. He almost crashed the car again in a laughing fit when he said mexican and i said spicy bumhole. Immigration on the way back into Dubai was easy enough again, go into Oman office and get exit stamps and go over to the Dubai office to get the entry stamp however there was a massive que in the Dubai end. Luckily we go in when we did as a bus load of philippinos came in behind us, literally ...
... need to be a guest or have a reservation at one of the restaurants. So after being cleared to go through we made our way to the front doors and parked next to a “who’s who” of ultra-luxury vehicles. In addition to the 4 white Rolls Royce limousines there were of course a small collection of Range Rovers, Mercedes and BMW’s that didn’t even get to be valet parked right in front. That honor was reserved for the matching metallic blue Rolls ...