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... ones you get in the States. We felt bad for sticking to the "American" food, but the fruits were worth it. We tried to go to the Aquarium, but there were too many people lined up to buy tickets. I guess it's that cool huh? It must be 50 times bigger than the aquarium we went at the Tokyo Skytree... Hahaha. I only bought an Arabic-style shirt from the Souk (market) in the mall that I really liked. We decided not to go to the Souk because it's pretty far away and there ...
... the building.
Later in the day we had a meeting with Lucida Mather, & Matt Raos from the Emirates corporate sales team. They gave us a presentation on Emirates business model and explained the rapid growth and success of this company. When I told them how much I admired their brand and marketing materials, they told me something very interesting ...
... had a zoo upstairs at the Aquarium. We saw Penguins, Otters, a man feeding turtles, a bearded dragon from Australia, spider crab which are huge and have a legs pan of up to 4 meters, scorpions, there were also snakes and Piranhas. It was a really interesting place to visit. After that we went back to the hotel and I had a swim in the pool before we for tea. Tomorrow morning we fly home , hopefully Emirates won't loose any of our ...
With darkness descending, it was time to say goodbye and wish everyone good luck and I returned to Auntie’s cottage to prepare for the cold and some dinner. The next day I returned to Kohima and Nino’s apartment.
Kohima was already in Christmas mood with many businesses closing and a giant exodus to the villages underway. Unfortunately my plans to return to the War Cemetery were thwarted as it closed for ...
... 75 degrees F. This part of Dubai has been here a very long time as it was the first important city center and also the first place to have sky scrappers and huge buildings and hotels and such. But I think it is like Singapore in that once a building has been up and running for 10-20 years, it is then old and faded in it's glory so we could see a lot of spaces where the buildings are coming down and being replaced. I think the ...
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