Oasis Court Hotel Apartments
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... and trains are very nice, air conditioned, no graffiti, clean, really immaculate. The problem arises when you go to board. You must force your way in to the cars where you stand jammed against people that may not smell very good and may not want to be touched by women? It is not that they are low class, it is just the combination of too much heat and lots of clothes makes for smelly bodies.
We left the souks and went to The Mall of the ...
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We were joined by some people from America and Syria who sat at our table. We exchanged some stories before we were all whisked away back to our hotels at 8pm. It was a good night.
Our flight to Bangkok is not till 11pm, so we are able to get a late check out, 2pm. We leave our bags at the hotel and head off to Deira mall as Shauna wants to do some last minute shopping. After we take a long stroll along Dubai Creek to the old souks ...
... Me being me i picked the Lebo place and we got some mighty fine Shawarmas. Ryan phoned us on my dads number amd said he was headed over to meet us. The main teason for going to Dubai Mall was to get me a sim card so i can phone and text people while in Dubai without having to find wifi. Ryan said he would meet us outside etisalat which was perfect. The que in Etisalat was gigantic, think this was due to it being a public holiday ...
... the airport. Got lost finding the ticketing booth, got lost at passport control, dropped all my **** at the conveyer belt., and kept feeling my ass to make sure my passport and ticket hadn’t fallen out. (Oh, I had dropped my wallet in between the seat of Saif’s car seat; fortunately I heard the thump and figured it out. Fished that bad boy out, but quick!!) I sit here at 11pm, waiting for my 1am flight…it’s something like 143 hours to Washington DC, ...
... still my favorite ride. And all of that sort of stuff, but really, the scariest part is when your climbing up all the stairs (like 230ish stairs, I counted, but I can't remember the exact number) and when you're in the line, and when you're sitting at the top of the slide (you sit there for about 3 seconds before you start rocketing down) looking over Atlantis form 9 stories up.
All in all, I would definitely go back to Atlantis again if I ever got the ...