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... near the dinosaur during which we were entertained by men dancing, joined by an out there woman tourist, and a dancing 'horse' we went to the taxi rank via the aquarium and the skating rink...very amused by the girls in abayas skating with the best of them. After the free welcome drink at the restaurant overlooking the creek we had a delicious Japanese buffet in the hotel and collapsed into bed ready to be up and on the way to the airport by 6.30 ...
... in the hotel, got caught up on some various WiFi required chores and made sure we had everything we needed for our next adventures before heading back to The Beach to enjoy some more of the beautiful “winter” weather. We tried to resist but in the end we gave in and opted to have dinner at PF Chang’s, choosing to sit outside on the patio to enjoy the evening. Just as we were about to order we were surprised by a huge fireworks show that went on for the ...
I was right, i ate far far to much at the hot pot last night. I was to scared to go to the gym as my stomach was pretty ropey. After a couple of pit stops at the pooper i managed to strike up the courage to go to the gym. My partner in crime is away today now, alex is working and blaine...well hes just blaine. Who knows where he is haha. Decided to keep the trend going and i hopped on the metro and went to Dubai mall just to shove in some time. Dad was meeting ...
... then use the metro to get to the worlds tallest building. Internet shows that Hertz car return is a problem here so Deb calls up and is told, no problem, just drive up to arrivals and park it out front. Seems ok. Down to our first proper breakfast of the trip, complimentary and all very good, especially the fried eggs which I am particularly fussy about. Breakfast finished, check in on line for tomorrow's flight home (boo) before driving to drop off the car. Debs ...
... I could handle this on my own.
One thing I have learned in my travels is that I can be resilient, get what I need, figure out where to go, and do it on my own. I also lost the “male gene” of not being willing to ask for help or directions. All I do now is ask for directions, assistance, help—along with a ton of questions. You can’t go it alone when you’re in a foreign land. I paid my bill, which came out to around $500 for services ...