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Today was pretty much nursing our dehydration, had pizza for brunch and then went to tackle the markets.. I have decided I'm no good at bartering haha! Getting to the airport was so easy and only two trains later, the airport is huge! The mission in the airport was to spend out last 52B.. We managed to do it with a Kit Kat and a pack of Mentos! We are flying with Qatar, heard they are a good ...
... around the back aisle so that he could move over, went to the other side, belted myself in, turned to him—and at the same time, we both gave each other a ‘high five”, laughed aloud, and the flight took off. It was just him, me, and a removable leg. Not only was that light-stuff for me to handle (although I should say that I “handled it “ as if I ran around the airplane with someone’s fake appendage in my arms), but it also put my hospital ...
... their balance holding on to large plastic penguins. I admit to being tempted into a Sale at a shop called Oxygen, which significance will be understood by my choral friends in Townsville . I even bought a skirt as it was half price and I wanted a bag with Oxygen on it. I decided that most exercise gained in Dubai must be from walking round their ginormous shopping malls which certainly wore us out. Undaunted as you can be when ...
... great service and great atmosphere
Best venue with holiday atmosphere - Ian & Alison's place, celebratory party following the Etape du Tour
Most pleased about - catching up with so many of both our relatives and discovering some new ones.
Biggest indulgence - Buying 2 pairs of yellow and green suede shoes, plus a pair of blue boots. Sue encouraged me...when am I ever going to wear these?
... 5 p.m. to do some tourist-type stuff like visit the Dubai museum within the Al Fahidi Fort (very interesting to see what it was like when this area was nothing but desert and the progress to what it is now), ride an Abra to cross the river to stroll through the gold, spice and textile souks in the Deira area. It was meltingly hot!
Caught up on some much needed sleep,