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... trail called the "Corniche", which was car free for 10 miles or so. The landscaping perfect, the amenities exquisite, but the overall lack of soul kept me wishing for the dirtier and more interesting old part of Dubai. Most Westerners would argue that Abu is grand and wonderful, maybe they are right. The beach was long and clean but no waves at all, maybe Abu just isn't dangerous enough for me. No chance ...
... impaired decision making. As such I shall try to keep you up to date with as many pictures and (short) posts as possible. At this point in time I am sitting on my plane direction Abu Dhabi. With almost 1/3 of my total travel time down, I am slowly getting very excited for what is to come. Moving onto new experiences I would like to pause briefly and thank everyone who made the last three weeks at ...
... place with ease.
We stayed with Zoe, her husband Moe and their gorgeous little girl Alia for 2 nights. Dane hadn't seen Zoe since they were kids but it was so lovely hanging out with her and her family in their beautiful home. Zoe and Moe were awesome hosts. They took us sight seeing around Abu Dhabi and were so generous - not letting us pay for a thing (despite our best efforts)!
On day 1 we visited Maria Mall and travelled up for the ...
... a smile on their face, press their hands together and cheerfully shout "Namaste!" (I salute the god within you!). I hope Nepal finds some political stability soon, and starts to sustainability develop their economy to cope better with the countless challenges the Nepalese face.
Goodbye Nepal. I promise that someday I will return.
Side note: I watched Frozen earlier, and I hate to admit it but It was actually a really good ...
... life with semi-precious stones set it the branches to protect and guard your family and wealth. We had a very oily haired gentlemen following us around and presenting the many "paintings" of embroidered work which were lovely but we finally explained that it just wouldn't fit into our decor as we were "Old Masters and Impressionists" fans. I'm sure he thought we probably had a Monet or two and a Van Gogh at home. He assured us that his work would go with ...