There is the obligatory security once-over as we enter the dark lobby and quickly check-in.
A porter and a ‘door opener’ takes us to our room. The room is very simple, with basic amenities. Bottled water is placed on the bedside tables.
I don’t even bother looking in the bathroom but fall on the single bed (it’s a twin room although asked for a double) and manage to get a couple of hours’ sleep despite the incessant barking of dogs throughout the night.
A 4.30am pre-set alarm wakes us up, I jump in the shower, get dressed, check-out, and take a hotel taxi to the Domestic terminal.