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Seeing that I have over 24 hours of travelling ahead of me, I thought I would write my first post to my blog on where I shall be based over the next few months. Hopefully this will give you a little look into what I'll be doing and the fantastic group of people that I have the chance to work with.
Askari WIlderness Conservation Programme is situated within the Pidwa Wilderness Reserve, which is where I shall be ...
After I wrote my blog yesterday I literally passed out and slept until this morning without waking once. All these meetings and great experiences are demanding a lot of energy – that's for sure.
Like yesterday our day started with breakfast at the hotel and at 8.15 we were in the van and on our way to a full day of meetings and site visits.
Our first stop of the day was at Griffin Travel, which like Kanoo Travel is a ...
... bus to continue our journey. It was so cool to actually be on the palm frond fake island. Our family got out at the marina and promenade. The sun was beating on us. It was HOT!!!! We drove around the old city part and stopped at a market. We were all really surprised at how cheap it was. The stuff in it was ****! We took the bus to a bus stop near our hotel and ate and Apple Bees for supper. Then we walked back to our hotel and ...
... Dining together overlooking the bay and the Abu Dhabi corniche with the soaring domes of Emirates Palace behind us was a perfect counterpart to the dinner in Dubai and helped seal a fantastic 4 day span of tourism and relaxation in the UAE
Satisfied with our tourist life, we returned to Dubai in time to celebrate the New Year on the beach. No, we did not see the famous Burj Khalifa firework show nor was the Burj al Arab show visible ...
... bouncing hair and dark skin tone), and Ricardo who just moved from Portugal with his wife to work as a tour guide. Everyone was nice with the exception of the driver who seemed indifferent. I wasn't sure what to expect but lots of friends told me I should do this Desert Safari. Our first stop was a market where the driver had to de-flat his tires a bit to prepare for our drive through the sand dunes. This was a crazy ride and I regretted having the two ...