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... of the silk and souvenir stores, however were very pushy! The Spice Souk was situated close to the creek and the area was a bustle with many traditional merchant boats being unloaded manually and carted by trolleys to the different market stalls. This was very heavy work to be done on such a hot day - we were melting, just from sitting in an air conditioned car and wandering casually through the markets! The spices could be smelt the minute were stepped outside the car. ...
... our sunset to the top of the Burj Khalifa, we had a seafood dinner overlooking the Dubai Mall fountains. We met up with Suzane, whom I''d met on a previous trip to Cuba, and who also lives in Dubai. What a fun reunion!
Thank you Nancy for a fun-filled whirlwind tour of your latest exotic expat homeland. You made me feel so welcome that I just might come back if you'll have me!
... Ahli being top of the league, the stadium remained less than half full. They couldn’t even give the tickets away, quite literally!!
10 minutes before kick-off, the Imam called everyone to prayer from a mosque that is attached to the stadium. It’s the first time I’ve seen a stadium empty out before the game began!! However, everyone was still in their seat before the kick-off…included the Imam who has now found another use for the microphone he uses ...
... I have lunch at Dubai Creek sitting on the rivers edge in a Turkish restaurant. The food was great and the iced coffee was even better. So calm and peaceful watching the river traffic and the Abra boats, which I took a ride on for a whole 30 cents.
Rest of the day is spent walking around Dubai Creek before heading back to pack for the flight home, which is rather depressing.
Pictures were taken with the phone, now that i dont have a working camera.
Jim is leaving today; he's got a project in Iran. Only a two hour flight. Now Teheran was considered one of the prettiest cities in the world before they ruined a lot of it. Still I wouldn't consider going there. But life here is different. The focus is different. People choose other destinations for their holidays. Their business is focused on other parts of the planet. You notice this when you look at details. Lebanese ...
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