Gum Tree Dubai Guest House

Address: 36 Street, Dubai, United Arab Emirates | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the بر دبي area of Dubai, is near Dubai Museum, Emirates Towers, Lama Desert Tours & Cruises L.L.C., and Big Red.
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Travel Blogs from Dubai

The great tower of Dudai

A travel blog entry by sadbag on Jul 17, 2015

what a great day off to our appt to o up the tower it was amazing the view even thou it was a bit hazy due to a sand storm bruing out in the desert .
then it was a short taxi ride to the Emerites Mall amazing it has its own ski field with tobogering slide then back to the hotel for some lunch and a well deserved rest some last miniute packing

Over Night in Dubai

A travel blog entry by jennie62 on May 28, 2015

25 photos

... hop off bus experience and found it was a great way to see around the city. It was a very interesting place. Had some amazing buildings and we were blown away by the amount of construction work going on. Miles and miles of it everywhere. The car drivers were crazy, always tooting their horns, and we were not sure what they are actually tooting for. The temp was 37. This seems to ...

Dubai - Day 2

A travel blog entry by paul_j_brennan on May 27, 2015

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... on a second bus and we sheepishly got on the bus offering apologies to all. We were on the tour of Abu Dabhi!

We elected to sit up top out of AC. Annette was armed with the camera and I had a play with the GoPro. The tour had a guided commentary as we made our way around. We had the option of hop off, hop on but decided to take in the majority of the tour before we stopped for lunch.

Discovered that Abu Dabhi is an ...

Camels Bitches!!!

A travel blog entry by skedaddled on May 05, 2015

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... at their fastest I'd say it's only about a fast human walking pace but they can carry up to 300kgs and do it in the sand.

Thanks to Tony and the guys at Al Sarah Desert Resort & Equestrian Centre for a great experience.

The cabbie on the way back informed us that hitting a camel with your car in Dubai is a 25000 Dirham (AUD $8500) fine and if the camel dies the fine gets "very high". Camels are highly valued in Saudi Arabia and it seems they are treated as ...

Old Dubai

A travel blog entry by toddrichardson on Apr 26, 2015

1 comment, 17 photos

... the city.

We also ventured into the textiles souk. Here aggressive salespeople push goods in your face and it takes a fair amount of gusto to avoid them and move along. It's one of the few parts of the city that feel very foreign. You'd be surprised how domestic this place feels.

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