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... and probably what most people identify Dubai with. We trod a delicate path on our travels, between planning and spontaneity, each with its own benefits. We hadn't planned our time in the UAE, so hadn't booked tickets to go up the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. When we tried to book tickets we found out that slots sell out several days in advance, so spontaneity hadn't worked in our favour on this occasion, but we did manage to get tickets to ...
... Tree Hilton Al Barsha. Quite nice and Jenny had a shower and crashed asleep as soon as we go to our room. I can’t work it out. The internet in the lobby area is free but in our rooms its $30 emirate a day! Hate this internet ripoff!
Need a sleep myself. Going for a jaunt in the desert this afternoon. Camel riding (of the saddle sort) and dune bashing with a dinner in the desert. Looking forward to the sand in my food…
... where the fountain pics are from) has 1200 shops, and in 2012 had 65 million visitors... that's 3 times the entire population of Australia... WHAT IS THIS INSANE PLACE? it's like Vegas but 10 times the size and with none of the infidel trappings of booze and gambling I've never been to a place that's so flat... the Burj Al Arab from our balcony looks hazy... we were wondering if it was air pollution or heat and humidity... turns out it's because it's 10km away and our ...
... points each time our bags were first out on the luggage conveyer. It was a shock to feel the heat at 11am at night- as hot as the middle of the day type heat. After checking in we went up to the pool,the luke warm roof top pool, and looked over this mega flat city. It was really hazy too. For once our bed is soft and plush and we were upgraded so it is like a mini apartment. We even had a washing machine. Sue planned to use thistle following morning to freshen up some clothes for the ...
... about a bunch of privileged pilgrims (it costs a lot of $ to travel to Mecca) so zealously pushing their way to get inside a gold-plated House of God. Her soul was free enough to see the world around her and posit that if God was anywhere God was not likely to be trapped inside a dark religious shrine... Her soul knew intuitively that if religion does not get us to care more about the poor and the oppressed and stand for justice, what ...