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... basis. Pic 4. 4. Tourists. Lots. That means lots of hotels and because expats get paid all the money to build the city, there are some very classy enterprises where $26 for a cup of coffee is nothing. Pics 5,6. 5. The tallest man made structure on the planet. Burj Khalifa deserves all the praise it gets. We hardy felt anything in our one minute climb to floor 125 of over 150. Pics 8-13. It stands out from everything in its slim beauty. Even though every sky scraper is unique ...
... so we walked across the road to the local mall where there was a stop for the HOHO bus. By this stage we didn't have time to do both loops so just did the one up to the Palm Jumeira, Burj Khalifa, Burj al Arab, 2 and a half hours of very little except tall buildings, shopping malls and hotels. Dubai basically did not exist 40 years ago and now it is just an ugly city trying to show off its money with no class ...
S: singing 'I believe I can fly' at the the top of our voices on a train home after a rather boozy dinner with the Colfers
D: the doors of the bus that kept flying open on our horrendous journey to Milford-Sound
J: the moment that Ollie got pooed on, on the face, by a bird in Heron Island
O: the clown/monster dressed man that jumped out at Mum on the train to Cusco, and her extremely loud reaction!
Today was a lot better then yesterday.We went swimming in the hotels pool. It was good because the water wasn't freezing cold but not hot. It was a good way to escape the heat of Dubai. We also went to the Mall of the Emirates. In the mall there's a snow field but we ...
... Everything was impressive, elegant and brand new. After that, we were invited to have dinner at Kitchen 6 restaurant featuring international buffets, Asian woks, Middle Eastern grills and European breads. I had the pleasure to meet Pavlina Tarabova and Katie Blewitt from global sales at Marriot International and listen to their advice. Pavlina told me to importance of accepting the culture of the city where you ...