Finding someone who can truly love, care and trust is like finding a diamond.
The distance is never an obstacle and to be equally supportive in your career is rare. So, once you find that person, never let go!
See you soon sweetie!
Adrenalin drive, sand in our eyes, burning feet because of the heat, smelly camels, tastefull dinner, shaking belly dancer, beautiful sunset and great company is how I wold describe my last weekend.
The most memorable driving through the dunes, up and down, the jeeps were nearly at about 90 degrees angle and drifting with a crazy driver was such an experience!
Can't believe that I have only 9 days of training left and then I start the real thing!
These days have gone so fast, but I got a feeling like I just came.
I've passed the Safety and emergency procedures, Group medical training, Security training and now the Service will start. It's been really hard, I slept for about 4-5 hours per night, but I'm enjoying every minute of it.
I have my uniform and I really like it, it's so comfortable. Nowdays it's getting hotter and hotter and we have 43 degrees Celsius and huge humidity, and it's not even summer jet.
Oooh can't wait for my first flight! Between take-off and landing I will sit in cockpit only with Flight Crew (Captain and First officer)-how exciting is that?!? I'm soooo looking forward for that!!
I finished my first step to becoming a Cabin Crew, SEP (safety and emergency procedures) is behind me. We've finished with ditching into water from our simulator A380 and it was fun fun fun!
Now new interesting things ahead us with first aid and medical assistance that also include child birth.
But now..beach time!
Life can be a rollercoaser.
But please not on the plane.
Here we are in training and learning about safety and emergency procedures in case of turbulence in best simulators to practise. Our books are huge, our brains are working full time, sleeping hours are short, but it's so interesting and fun-->on the ground. Let it stay that way :)
Safety and emergency procedures in full mode!
Some interesting facts about Dubai:
-the biggest Mall in the world
-the highest building in the world: Burj Kalifa 828m
-only 11% of citizens are locals
-it does rain in Dubai :)
-I haven't seen a camel or Sheik
-it is the fastest growing country of all the Emirates
-cars are really cheap and petrol also
-tax free country
-they don't believe in profits on your bank account with no interests
-men can have up to 4 wife if they can take care of them and their children propriately
-you need to have an alcohol licence to buy alcohol at stores
-Emirates are the only airline that has 2 shower spa on board in First Class only
-Emirates don't have seat number 13, because noone wants to sit on those
-in Ramadan you are not allowed to drink, eat, smoke or chew in public until the sun goes down
-you are not allowed to show you emotions in public (no kissing, hugging)
-you have to dress apropriately in public (no visible shoulders,knees,no shorts, short skirts, tops)
-never sit beside the taxi driver (it is agains law)
"You are Crème de la crème! You are the chosen and lucky one!" they told us... Last year 111.000 people applied for the position of Cabin Crew, but Emirates hired only 7.000, so I guess that I am the lucky one :)
I still can't believe it.. I'm in Dubai, between camels and Lamborghini cars, fulfilling my childhood wishes!! Yeeey, I can't wait to fly :)