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... also to Satwa where Vic had to visit the dentist to have a filling replaced as it fell out on our last day in Istanbul (Although Matt was the first to be poorly, he was very quick to point out that Vic was the first to need a visit to a medical professional. Lets hope these are the only such incidents during our trip!!) We have also visited Scott at work and helped make some muffins and decorate some doughnuts which we were allowed to take home (probably 'cos ...
... The lady was there to greet us and after a quick rundown of the bits and pieces, we were left to our own devices.
We unpacked to find that all was intact and put out feet up.
I attached the free wifi and Annette went shopping. Our plans for this evening are - an early dinner and early to bed to catch up on sleep and have a rest.
Trust that all is well in your neck of the woods. All good here. ...
... worlds busiest container port and tallest building and indoor ski field is an old trading city that has for thousands of years been a hub for the middle east.
That is why after the flight from Karachi, when I should have been too shagged to do much at all, upon leaving the airport and crossing the upper reaches of Dubai creek, and seeing ...
... Mosque which is the only mosque in Dubai where you are allowed to take photos.
Onto the palace where the Emir of Dubai lives, Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, also known as Sheikh Mohammed. He is also the vice president of the United Arab Emirates.
From here we went and saw the tallest building in Dubai, the Burj Khalifa 828m tall.
Past the Dubai Mall, the largest mall in Dubai with 1200 outlets and 50,000 parking bays, ...
... a group of people in an area are spread across it) was mostly Muslims. So therefore in some parts of the city you had to be specific with the dress code and the way you behaved. The ethnic religion (a religion with a relatively concentrated spatial distribution whose principles are likely to be based on the physical characteristics of the particular location in which its adherents are concentrated). We know this because before going to Dubai we did ...