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... to Dubai with Emirates and got them to drive us to the hotel. I slept well on the plane and we landed at 6 am. We got to the hotel by 8 and then decided to wait until 10:30 to go to the Dubai Mall. I've noticed that the people here like to talk very much and the workers here are all immigrant laborers. I've seen documentaries on how middle eastern nations treat these immigrants poorly. Both my first taxi driver and the subsequent drivers complained to me about it. I guess ...
... levels, with the first class and business class on the top level and the economy class on the bottom level. It was very interesting to learn about how much training and preparation goes into the services they provide.
We visited an array of areas and toured where Emirates trains their staff. To become a flight attendant at Emirates it requires an 8-week training program. The first three weeks focuses on safety training ...
... the tallest building in the world the burj kaliff but we didn't know that you needed to buy tickets probably weeks before you wanted to go to the top, so we just looked from outside. That mall also had a really cool aquarium we saw Queensland groupers, potato cod, lots of rays, lemon shark, leopard shark, grey nurse, black tip, oceanic whaler and heaps of fish and one really big sting ray. Mummy and Daddy took me to dinner in a ...
... one between the British Empire and Khonoma in 1880) and the tribes were never involved. Secondly he mentioned the land share system of inheritance, whereby a man would be entitled to land from each of his family, his clan, his Kell (groups of clans) and from the village. Thirdly by the system of vengeance in which each village warrior was expected to avenge a colleagues death and this would be held against all village males if this vengeance was not carried out. ...
... only way to cross the creek. I figured that things would have changed by now.
So a late start, a taxi ride into old Dubai and then we wandered through the souks. First thing we heard when we got out of the cab was "copy watch, copy bag". Gosh how that took us back. We used to wander Asia and get this all the time, men trying to sell us reproduction watches and high end copied purses and bags. Hadn't heard it ...
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility