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So I start my journey at 3.15 a.m on the 29th of January. I drive with Mum and David to Manchester airport. They stay for all of 15 minutes. Enough to check my bag in. I then go through security.
I am told my flight is running on time, so all good so far. :)
Then I see my flight is slightly delayed but still only by a few minutes. As I get to the gate I see the snow and how grey it is out of the window and ...
... Of the many water sports one can engage in Abu Dhabi, diving certainly tops the charts in terms of excitement and overall experience. There are as many as 24 amazing diving sites in the waters of Abu Dhabi and closer to the smaller islands off the coast of Abu Dhabi, giving you great variety and lots of amazing things to see. A great feature of these dive sites is that there are sites suitable for divers of all levels of skill and experience.The waters ...
... hump or two....I was looking for flats...tick! It is quiet out there, you can almost hear yourself think. Desert with the occasional shrub can be seen from all directions. We rode as the sun came up and before I knew it, we had done our 30kms and were back at the car. Getting on a bike again.....WORLD CLASS! Some down time was followed by possibly my highlight to date in Dubs.....a desert safari run by a tour company called Arabian Nights. So, I've been on ...
“Haha, I don’t have a garden!”
“Seriously? Do you get free talk time?”
….only in UAE?
Also, Amber just pointed out that nearly every introduction we’ve had this week has started with asking the group where we are from. This is largely due to the diversity of people in Dubai. Today alone we spoke to a Yemeni, an Emirate, a Pakistani, a Tanzanian, a Filipino, an Indian, a Brazilian, a Dutchman, and an ...
... Promenade otherwise known as the Corniche but as the temperature was in the 80s, staying on board was looking favourite at this stage!
The Port of Abu Dhabi is known as Port Zayed named after Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan who was the principal driving force behind the formation of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the early 70s. He was the youngest son of Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed bin Khalifah Al Nahyan. ‘Bin’ in an Arabic name means ‘son ...