| I thought the people were pleasant enough, but everything else about this airport was bizarre. We arrived early hoping to get through security then sit down and enjoy a nice relaxing breakfast before catching our flight. So after a 20 minute shuttle bus ride from terminal A to terminal B, we headed straight for the security check point where they asked us to remove an absurd variety of things from our luggage including all cords for our electronics? When we finally got through, I was flagged down by one of the officers and made to open my suitcase, where he found a stick of solid deodorant. He informed me that despite the words "solid stick deodorant" clearly written on the label my deodorant was actually a liquid. As someone who works in science, I was left speechless by his comment-that my solid deodorant is a liquid. I was tempted to educate him on the properties of solid vs liquid state and pop off the lid to show him that this item in fact demonstrated all properties of a solid state but, not wanting to be gross or troublesome, I instead just flashed a puzzled look and said okay. After all, we were still hoping to enjoy a nice relaxing breakfast and I didn't want any further delay. When we finally got through security, we found out that there were no eating establishments on this side of security at all -in fact the only place to buy anything was a teeny-tiny duty free shop. Other than that, there were about 10 seats and a little play area for children-this is where we would spend the next 2 hours. About an hour before boarding, they opened up a larger seating area. I had to show my passport to 3 different people before they let me in - because apparently each person only does one thing - so one person needed to look at my passport, another person needed to scan it, and the third person needed to make sure that it had the proper sticker on it indicating that it had been looked at and scanned. Again it was weird. I would avoid this airport if at all possible.