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... the Middle East much, apart from a trip to Egypt but that was so long ago I didn't even blog about it. Dubai is a real city on the move, mostly up and up. It's growth has been more than most anywhere else on the planet so it's got a lot of wow factor to keep the tourists interested.
I only had one full day here, arriving off the 14 hour plane ride at 6 this morning, then I'm flying out tomorrow morning at 10am. I had to get moving and make the most of the day, which ...
... t think, that I'm going to be travelling. I did have one moment as the plane lined up in preparation for take off where it started to hit me, but I don't think it will properly hit me will until a few weeks in...we shall see!! For now, I am watching Sleeping Beauty whilst eating sweets (there was no vegetarian option for the meal, which I found odd, however it's probably something I should get used to when in South East Asia!!) That's it for now! Dubai, here I come!!! Hamblin ...
... purchases, but the bartering wasn't producing the deals we wanted, so some of us left empty handed. We'll be visiting another Souq on Saturday, so maybe something will work out there.
Our final event of the day was dinner on a floating restaurant that took us up and down Dubai Creek. It was a beautiful night for a dinner cruise. Dinner was served buffet style and included both Middle Eastern fare as well as some more familiar dishes. None of ...
... boat, and coming back to our current hotel in Hanoi just long enough to re group and leave again via overnight train to Hue. Being that I saw my first rat here in the hotel today, I'm perfectly okay with moving on to our next location. So there will be a bit of time when I won't be able to be in touch, and this is expected, so don't fret friends! I'll be updating again here when I am able. There's nothing quite like a few days with nothing but your own thoughts, and good ...
Oops, the flight was a bit longer then I expected. About 6 hours. Thanx to some pills, I managed to sleep a few hours, to safely set foot on Arabic Soil.
Weird. I felt I was in the wrong place. It looked like I landed on US soil. It could have been a US Airport. Same furniture, same design, just with Arabic letters here and there. Same stupid things too. The passengers were guided to customs, through a door that clearly stated: "Emergency Exit Only". But hey, who am I? ...
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