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... leave a double sheet of A4 with swimming notes on. Hard to believe that new volunteers were also at the airport when we were leaving, wishing them lots of luck. Strangely enough I actually learnt how much I like people having good manners, as although they are friendly here their manners aren't like ours, thank yous aren't really that common in casual conversation, and I know England may be over the top at times but I really like it. There is ...
Hi All I think I have now worked out this new system of recording our trip and should be able to pass it on this time. After we left Male in the Maldives we had two great days at sea with glass like seas and temperatures around 30. Each day we walked for forty minutes then had breakfast then a port lecture, a swim and read, lunch, another hour or so round the pool, trivia, another swim, cocktails, dinner and a show. Acts have been good with a magician, a singer of ...
... and a full size ice rink plus a host of family orientated attractions. Outside, there is a huge fountain overlooking the Burj Khalifa, which plays cheesy music while you can enjoy a drink or simply watch the display! Back inside, there is also the added extra of The Souk where you can browse tons of jewellery and predominantly gold stores, all vying for your business as well as more bespoke fashion and gift shops within the souk arena. The Mall is also ...
... if my husband would have been able to beam himself to Brisbane, he would have said all cursing words he knows to this lady at the domestics desk there.
So we left our details, took our 3 bags and our sleeping son and excited daughter into a taxi to our outside-of-cairns-old-colonial-style-ho tel.
Do you want to know what happened next? Join us on our next story about the first days in Cairns!
The RUTZ family
We are now in Dubai and in our stopover hotel after a two and a half hour delay in getting away from Lyon. The weather in Dubai is 31C with a heavy dust haze. We have watched the world weather over the last few days about the wind and dust in the Middle East and now we know what they have been talking about. We can only just make out the high rise buildings on the coast in front of our hotel less than a km away. We spent the first half of ...
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