Tulip Inn FZ LLC
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... none spoke English, our WV person translated for us. Their home was brick with no glazing in the windows, dirt floor, tin roof and no power or running water - the family walk to the nearest river for water. We were taken to another village where NZ WV money has been used to erect a water tower, but this doesn’t benefit Nasra’s village. It was school holiday time, but saw Nasra’s school where more WV ...
... back memories of last year with Brooke and Nic. What a contrast in countries. Picked up at the airport by princess reps. where we were taken to the ship to re-board....back home. Our trip to India was an experience, and glad we did it, not sure if I would re-visit, but enjoyed every minute. we were looked after well by the tour people. India makes you realise how lucky you are. Back on board a trip to the laundry was due, then down to one of the lounges for a ...
Today was incredible. We started the day with a nice hotel breakfast (to our surprise) and off we went on a city tour of Dubai at 9AM. We we're picked up from our hotel in a van and taken to a big coach, air-conditioned thank goodness. Our tour guide was an Indian which we learnt populates 42% of Dubai. His name was Prabha. On the city tour, we went through Dubai Museum and then off to the Golden Souk markets. It was pretty dirty and sticky ...
Taxi ride here... Hotel taxi driver laughed at the Peter Kay lights joke. He is going to use it. The lights *hand mimic lights Taxi driver earlier was a stinker and car stunk. Kim mentioned it in code so Alex said he honky tonks. Three of us wet ourselves and we're crying and couldn't speak. Remembered our ...
... 8217;s tallest
building and even in person it doesn’t look real, more like something out of a
Then onwards to the Bastakia Quarter (or historic district –
in truth, no one local whom I uttered this name to knew what the hell I was
talking about, making me think it’s just a pet name for a neighborhood given by
some well-to-do expats). But at any rate, the neighborhood was cool – lots of