Lotus Grand Hotel Apartments
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... labor. Dubai Arabs after tertiary education or a couple of years of working are given a house and compensation. There is no need to work ... but they do shop. In a high end mall you would see men in flowing white robes and scarf during working hours shopping and carrying cute designer shopping bags. There is a catch. Emerati has to marry Emerati or you lose all status. About 20 percent of the population is Arab, the rest is working expats. Citizenship ...
... here's something even stranger. I walked to the Burj al Arab. Despite the fact virtually no one walks I did. That early means the temperature is in the high 30's but it wasn't too bad. On the way I was frisked and had my back pack searched, admittedly I was in the grounds of the Dubai Police Academy (it was a sort of short cut!). It wasn't until they saw that the choc. chip cookies were choc chip cookies that they become friendly and ...
Everyone knows that air travel messes with your head on long haul flights east or west. Trying to measure the effect of crossing these time zones is difficult. If you fly for say, 10 hours, you could in theory fly across 5 or 6 time zones and be eating breakfast before your family has gone to bed back home. Equally, you could just as easily fly 10 hours due south, more or less - let's say Nairobi or ...
... and that’s going along travelators like an airport most of the way too. It must have been 2 kilometres of corroders.
Wow, this place is massive, apparently it’s the biggest shopping centre in the world, but it doesn’t just have shops, it has an Ice Skating rink and an aquarium as well. Its Humongous. We walk around amazed at the large open spaces and the amount of large shops. Its not a shopping center that you can do in a couple ...
... of the building and the incredible grounds that surrounded the complex. We made our way past the ornate main gate which is only opened for dignitaries and VIPs and instead joined “everyone else” at the regular entrance. Similar to the Burj Al Arab they don’t allow visitors to the hotel so we had to have our reservation checked at the gate before we could make our way through to the entrance. Since we had left the rest of our tour group (they headed to ...