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... to get a ferry back to the marina but they didnt leave until 6:30. Stopped for some food and in past the heritage center where i got joeys son a kondora haha. We went back home on the metro again. Abbies favourite thing to do in dubai is go on the dhow boat from the marina that goes out to sea and back so we done that. We were even lucky enough to catch the JBR fireworks from out at sea. It was good. ...
... the bus trip was quite long it gave me a good opportunity to have a good look at the incredible city of Dubai. This city is truly one of the most incredible places in the world with skyscrapers that dissapear within the clouds.
I arrived at the wildlife sanctuary at about 10am. The Sanctuary was incredible and I couldn't believe my eyes. It was ...
... block next to the Mall of the Emirates, one of the big malls. We braced ourselves and stepped out into the blazing heat. The humidity was not too high so it was bearable and we made it to the mall without getting too drained. First thing we saw was the ski slop. It didn't look that pleasant. The snow, or ice really, was rather grubby in places. We both had an objective. For Pieter it was Gap. For Raewyn it was Monsoon. But clothing shops were ...
... walked around trying to find a taverna or cafe - not a restaurant. We just wanted something smallish. It was now about 8pm and after a number of different turns, ended up at the Pita Pan where we enjoyed a greek Yiros, a beer and free wi-fi! It was now nearly 40hrs since we left home and the beer was doing a good job of putting us to sleep. We were both pretty happy to hit the hay, but our jet lag saw us both awake again around 2:30am! Argh..
... a meal and it was outstanding. To top things up, we had a sisha (water pipe) in the sun, enjoying the scenery. That scenery was formed by locals and many tourists of many nationalities in all varieties. Very enjoyable. Who ever drinks turkish coffee: don't drink the last bit (as I did of course).
I used what was left of the afternoon to shop a little, still totally satisfied with the Lebanese meal. Tonight pancakes. The sweet reminder of what is home for ...