It looks like two UCD students stranded in Dubai as part of a major fundraiser, are on their way home.
20 year olds, Elizabeth Curran from Galway and Roisin Oates from Roscommon first blagged flights from Dublin to Munich.
They raised enough cash in Irish bars in Munich to fly to Istanbul.
There, they met an Irish man who transferred air miles which got them to Dubai.
Two Irish food companies, Keogh's Farm and Brodericks Chocolates, who are in Dubai at a trade fair, are going to fly the girls home.
The‘Jailbreak’ campaign encouraged students to try to get as far away from Ireland as they could within 36 hours without a cent in their pocket, to raise money for St Vincent de Paul and Amnesty International.