Royal Club Palm Jumeirah
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... birds - bed around 9pm during the week and around 11pm on weekends. In Dubai however, people don't start heading out to dinner until AFTER 8; happy to report that I'm adjusting :)
This week starts the Holy month of Ramadan (the ninth month of the Islamic calendar), a month of fasting for the Muslim community all around the world. Muslims spend the month fasting during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset, which ...
... a read then started packing about 5pm. As we do not have to leave the hotel until 11pm we decided to treat ourselves to a meal at the Vietnamese Restaurant within the hotel. What a treat they were doing a special which gave you a taste of many traditional dishes from their menu it was delicious. There were seven courses all little tasters but so tasty and fresh. We were so full up ...
... should be plain sailing, right? Wrong! As soon as the bus started moving little Elodie pipes up with 'mummy I really need a wee wee' aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh! We have to wait at least 30 mins til the bus reaches its 1st stop, hop off and into yet another Mall for the toilet. She then promptly falls asleep in her buggy meaning one of us has to sit downstairs in the bus. With a bit of luck she did wake up in time for us to go ...
Stephen has agreed to help me out and drive us all to Oman today so i can renew my tourist visa without having to fly somewhere. He was picking us up from the buisness bay metro station stop down beside his. Me and ivar werent off to a good start as we were standing at the jebel ali side, we could of ended up going the wrong way! Stephen wasnt to sure of the road layout there but he managed to get there easy enough and was waiting for us when we got off the metro. On ...
... to be had. Of course the regular rooms at the Atlantis bring the average down, so there is another hotel that can actually claim to be the overall most expensive in Dubai and also the Middle East. We had a quick stop for pictures at the beautiful hotel and then it was back on the bus to make our way through the city to our next stop, at a popular Souk or outdoor market.
Back in the days of the Bedouin tribes a souk was a temporary market of sorts and the ...