Jumeirah Living World Trade Centre Residence
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1. The crime rate in Dubai is so low. Virtually it is 0% across Dubai. That is why this city is considered one of the safest cities on earth. The law is so strict in Dubai. On the other hand, the people of Dubai are maintained with full of the morality.
2. One has so many opportunities to become rich and wealthy in Dubai. The residents of Dubai are not supposed to pay their personal income tax. So the income tax ...
... Palm, lunch. Then Burj Khalifa. Back to hotel. Italian restaurant. Sunday November 9th. Hop on hop off bus. Old town first, plus Arabian Dhow Creek cruise. Fab. Had quick meal in town then on to Panoramic night tour. Fabulous. Monday November 10th. Oh my goodness, we're nearly at the end! Had such a wonderful time. Late leisurely breakfast, spent day by pool. Dinner in hotel in the evening. Asian ...
A quick breakfast, and while we still could , caught a taxi to the Dubai Mall, last minute shopping, ripped off by the taxi driver back, but too tired to care.
We crashed into bed for the afternoon, cannot be bothered setting up Glenis's laptop, so no photos, I slept for around 4 hours or so.
Showered, and down to the Sherlock Holmes bar and resturant, not ...
... were only going to be delivered once we had sailing, we sat and drank water! Once underway, we could begin the buffet dinner. During the evening a staff member would approach us to point out area of interest along the way. We were shown the Kings sisters palace and the land filling in preparation for the second Palm development. After our meal, we headed upstairs in hope of catching a sea breeze. The sounds from the mosques along this waterway suggested that Ramadan may have actually ...
... that only 20% of the 8,000,000 population is local, the rest being foreigners, mainly from India and Bangladesh. The foreigners are paid much less than a local, the difference being something in the range of a local would get paid 10000 dirhams compared to a foreigner getting 300 for the same job. But this is accepted as it is way more than these people would be able to earn at home. It all seems a bit odd and not really sustainable but that is how it is. A couple of ...