London Crown 2 Hotel Apartments
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... edge of Dubai Creek where the many floating restaurants and tourist dhows were being cleaned and polished for later, when they would come alive in the evening.
Heading back to the hotel we ventured into a local shopping street where the main focus was lighting, chandeliers, lamps etc. all very blingy, in shop after shop. Then there was a shopping centre selling mainly fur coats and jackets, most very outlandish by UK ...
We were out of our apartment by 10.30am and made our way to the airport early so we could try and sort out getting tax back on a lot of our purchases. Well it wasn't really worth doing it cos the company said we had to get a slip from each company we purchased from in order to get tax back. The only one we could claim was a measly £8! Haha we were a tad grumpy afterwards as people told us we could do it at the airport easy ...
... realised my mistake when the number of floors shot up and my ears started popping! 10 floors a second apparently and I must of been something like that, I filmed the numbers on the floors to send to the parents and the video only lasts 40 seconds. 40 seconds to go up 124 floors! My fear of heights didn't even have time to rear it's ugly head I was up there and out of the lift before I had chance to say "I'm petrified of heights", we were ushered straight outside and again ...
... watches and handbags, and draped with cashmere scarves. We were disappointed that we missed out on the spice market, but it was just too hot. We went out on the Palm, the man made island. It is pretty amazing. You wouldn't even know that this was made from loads of sand being dumped into the ocean. It just appears to be a normal suburb with roads and houses. The prongs/arms of the palm are lined with houses, one on each ...
... Kilimanjaro etc, though there were many people that just wanted to say “jambo” (hello) and practice their English. For old times sake, we took a local bus to Moshi, which was where we had based ourselves before climbing Kilimanjaro ten years ago. As well as being the base for Kili’ climbers, it is Tanzania’s main coffee growing region, and the countryside is lush and tropical.
Moshi is a ...