Royal Club Palm Jumeirah
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... forecast in the mid 40’s. Going outside was like stepping into a furnace, but we only stayed one day in order to sort out a bus to Muscat in Oman. Ramadan is in full swing here, and people get fined if caught flouting the fasting regime in public. Found a good supermarket, and bought enough supplies to snack on in our room.
The bus to Muscat was half empty and took about five hours, including the border ...
... do one final bus tour!!!! (give me strength) A half day trip checking out some of the highlights of the city.
We did visit a spice market and also a gold market. Having been to Thailand I was familiar with the tricks and prices that they may charge. Paul on the other hand got lost in the vortex of bizarre..... He did go MIA for a bit and then turned up with a new "Laurence of ...
... not surprising. His wife is an English teacher. ( causal link?) He asked if I would like to see a couple of things on the way and I agreed, so we took a longish route but we enjoyed the chat and the insider insights into the growth of Dubai. He showed me the good places to shop, took me to the best place to photograph the tallest tower in the world and then drove around the base so I could enjoy it. He clearly loves his city. He is, as I have also come to recognize, ...
This weekend was a bit of a boozey one. 3 nights in a row!
On Wednesday one of my aunties friends was here from NZ so we went out for drinks with her. We were supposed to go to a bar called 101 on the palm however there was issues with getting on the boat that takes you there so instead we went to two lovely places at the beginning of the palm.
Thursday I ...
... to do and less touristy things so we sought out the Spice Souk. It was just what we were looking for. It was arabic, non-touristy, busy, sticky and fascinating. It far more suited us than the air conditioned malls with hundreds of pricey shops.
We loved our time in Dubai. It was great to have a bed for the night, stretch our legs, see a different culture and it helped to get Indi's sleep patterns a bit more aligned with where we were ...