YHA Dubai

Address: 39 Al-Nahda Rd , Dubai, 94141, United Arab Emirates | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 39 Al-Nahda Rd , Dubai, is near Hop on Hop off Bus, Gold Souk, Seawings, and The Montgomerie.
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      The World's Largest...

      A travel blog entry by meganmulray on May 21, 2014

      7 photos

      ... person get medicine they need in another country to medical evacuations. One interesting thing I learned was that they have a map where they have calculated the levels of risk of each location.

      During our visit to the J.W. Marriott we saw how impressive this hotel is. The hotel is the world's tallest hotels that has 1,600 hotels rooms and 32 meeting rooms. There were so many amazing restaurants and views throughout the hotel. After our tour we had ...

      Day 3

      A travel blog entry by alina92 on Mar 19, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... one on one session with the penguin because the trainers were able to do more with us because there was only two of us there to interact with them. I ended up getting some cool photos in the ski area however I was unable to bring a camera in the penguin interactions own. They did have a photographer who charged $40 per picture and my dad wanted to make sure I got one so we picked out our favorite picture which was me hugging and kissing a penguin. After we ...

      Battles, Monoliths, Street Photography, Home

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jan 01, 2014

      6 photos

      ... variety of vegetables that were being cultivated in the terraced paddies. These terraces were constructed with stones and some were well over one hundred years old. From a distance they descended down the valley to towards the hill top town like giant steps and were very picturesque. What was most unusual was the number of monoliths that surrounded some of the paddies and lined the pathways. These monoliths are used to commemorate relatives and the dead and ...

      Desert Safari that will take you for a Ride

      A travel blog entry by elizacass on Oct 02, 2013

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... with camels that looked like they would make a run for it if no one was looking. Okay, maybe I'm a little spoiled after my genuine camel ride in the mountains of Egypt, but I do think all of this could of been a little more authentic. The food I have to say, was amazing. A buffet of Arabic food complete with hummus, salads,. and lots of meat Kebabs, lamb, beef and chicken. There was a wonderful belly dancer to entertain us after dinner, who was way ...