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... a plane real coffee has been 5 meters away from me and airline staff just smile their dead-eyes smile and pretend the filtered **** they serve isn't disgusting Ssssoooo, I'm not actually ****** off like right now as in NOW NOW, but metaphorically I'm fuming! ..... There's a white blob of stuff in the middle of Australia and I'd really like know what it is ..... The Fault In Our Stars...I've ...
So the girls came to stay!!! :) It was AMAZING to see them, so so good! Short but sweet!! A little like Sam ;)
We did lots of things, so I will try to briefly summarize!
- Ladies night Thursday - Yas Island which turned into a visit to an actual nightclub called O1NE
-Visiting the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque
- A lovely meal at Monte Carlo's
- A visit to Ray's Bar at Etihad Towers - a bar on the 63rd ...
... me with the scary rides I'm just able to go on the wave pool and the second lazy river. Kevin on the other hand manages to psyche himself up to go on the scary liwa loop ride, which is basically a straight cannister drop in a tube. Very scary! Before kev came down a lady got stuck and some guy had to strip down to his briefs as his clothes were too baggy for the tube, he was told that he would get stuck if he didn't ...
... learning the language. Well I cheated, Ian wrote a lot of words down and I'm just looking at the piece of paper that he wrote them on. They speak English in Abu Dhabi. In fact at the supermarket we went to, where I brought, of all things Hob Nobbs which are English biscuits and when I paid the guys I said cheers and he replied cheers. Didn't take me long to get them learning my language. Okay I will write ...
... a large group of Malaysian ladies all of whom were Muslim, whilst their clothing appeared to be suitable, they were not allowed to proceed until they loosened their clothing, and covered any exposed skin. Whilst one of my favourite iconic buildings would have to be the Blue Mosque, Istanbul this Mosque was truly the grandest modern building - spacious, clean and ornate. Well worth the visit. The colours, craftsmanship were truly ...