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... We saw that Ramesh and Lalita were still in the terminal so wandered over to say goodnight and chatted for a bit before heading up the gangplank and to our cabin.
5.30am wake up call organised as we have to be in the theatre for our Princess shore excursion by 7am. Re-packed what I needed to take for the shore excursion, clothes organised and then to bed.
I’m so tired I can’t sleep but eventually I nodded ...
... insisted we went with Arabian Adventures, one of the better companies, and it paid off. We had an amazing time. First of all they pick you up from the door and drive you to a car park in the middle of nowhere, where you congregate with 36 other Toyota Land Cruisers and the drivers all get out and deflate all the tyres to 16 (either psi or kpa's), anyway quite low to get more traction when driving on sand. Then it was off into the desert in one massive convoy, dune bashing ...
... scary, but very exciting sometimes feeling as if we were going to tip over. I did feel a bit sick when focussing on the camera too much. Again was great being in the front seat, tho the Brazilian guy said he loved being in the 3rd row of seats cos he could really feel the drift there.
Then we stopped at a camel farm and the camels came to the fence and were quite friendy so we could pat them.
Then drove to our camp. Got to ride a ...
... There is a driver-less monorail that runs on the Palm Jumeiah, connecting it to the mainland. Famous Landmark #5 Old Dubai and the Wharf We toured the old souk where Gerald tried his hand at bartering again and scored a lovely print for Doris. With time running short at this point we missed the Museum and historical village.The drive through the wharf was fascinating, as we got to watch the dhows being loaded and witnessed the bustle of the ...
Great course, with allegedly the toughest 9 holes in Dubai, Paul McGinley and Lee Westwood were practising there before the Race to Dubai Tournament last week. So there we were 1st tee and all to play for. Right down the middle all 4 tee shots...........and then I woke up!
The golf was good fun and we had a very pleasant two hours. There were some highlights, some hide your head in your ...