Grand Midwest Media City
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... to get our hopes up, we grabbed our coffee and an apple fritter and moved quickly to the intimate security of a booth. It looked like a Timmies, it smelled like a Timmies, and, most important of all, it tasted like a Timmies. Perhaps Dubai is not so strange after all!
After this warm memory of home, we headed for the elevators next door and sped (60 kilometres per hour) up to the observation deck of what is ...
... a sleep agin later in the day and maybe early on in our flight (Adelaides's night time). We slept very well however Claire was still not too well after the sleep.
Saturday was again a very hot day at 45C. Due to Claire's state of health, we decided to take it relatively easy for most of the day - nothing too strenuous or directly out in the heat. We decided to hire a driver to drive us around Dubai in a flash BMW, which was appropriately airconditioned, ...
... the following guidelines apply. Greet Muslims with Ramadan Murbarak or Ramadan Kareem. Do not eat or drink in public before sunset.This includes consuming anything in a car or taxi,including chewing gum.zit is a serious offence for which you can be fined. Refrain from wearing revealing clothes throughout Ramadan. Do not smoke in public. Do not pressure a Muslim into ending his/ her fast. Do not indulge in public display of affection. Do not raise the volume on ...
... begin tomorrow! First stop this morning was the Old City, to wander around the museum and souks before the day heated up. It was already 40C, so we were hoping it wasn't going to get any hotter! The museum showed the history of the development of Dubai - it is amazing to think that most of the development has been since the 1960's! We managed to lose Inyayt for a little while - he rang to tell us where he was parked and to walk towards the bus - only trouble was that there ...
... sleight of hand . As he twirled, the shield discs formed interesting patterns and he never lost a step. Phase two of the dance was to throw away the disks and make the skirt do its stuff. It too appeared to have layers. The top one opened up like a concertina and encircled his neck, taking on different slants. Then all of a sudden, the whole outfit burst into lights and glowed white and blue. Dramatic and thrilling to watch. Still he twirled. This went through some movements ...