London Creek Hotel Apartments
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As always, flying across Europe is a bit surreal as an Australian. With an hour to go we had a few countries to cross, not just a state border. Around Austria the clouds cleared and I was excited to see mountains with a bit of snow on top. The next time the clouds cleared was over Maastricht which appeared to have a nuclear ...
... go to the worlds tallest building and it seems silly to stop short of the top, and so I booked access to level 148. I hadn't quite worked out my AED conversion at the time, but Arnaud reliably informs me that the 3 tickets for the top were £300 total. Ouch. Having queued for about 30mins to go through security we discovered that in fact we shoudnt have queued at all as we were the proud owners of fancy fast-tracked tickets. ...
... to be had. Of course the regular rooms at the Atlantis bring the average down, so there is another hotel that can actually claim to be the overall most expensive in Dubai and also the Middle East. We had a quick stop for pictures at the beautiful hotel and then it was back on the bus to make our way through the city to our next stop, at a popular Souk or outdoor market.
Back in the days of the Bedouin tribes a souk was a temporary market of sorts and the ...
... squeezed all our belongings into our backpacks - whilst Scott had a well deserved nap after being the best tour guide and host we could have hoped for!
Overall we loved Dubai! The weather was hot (30 degrees), the people were lovely and we made some new friends :) We really got shown all the different aspects of Dubai and realised how extravagant their culture is, not to mention how crazy their driving is (who needs 12 lanes of traffic on a ...
... religion which say to go to heaven, to be a good Muslim, to follow the Koran, to be an acceptable female I must cover my full humanity and trade my God-given sovereignty—the right to live as a free, self-governing person—for a life of being subjugated in various subtle and egregious ways. This may sound sensational, but it is not. The level of day-to-day enslavement (one’s God-given agency being controlled by violence, ...