Adagio Abu Dhabi Al Bustan
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So, I am writing this in retrospect so will try to remember as much as I can!
Ramadan arrived in June, and this is where Muslims fast (no food or drinks) from sunrise to sunset. To be respectful of this time, all residents/visitors to the UAE must follow the rules of not eating or drinking/smoking/showing affection/showing shoulders/knees in public. At work, this meant that we were allowed to eat and drink still, but it had to be in the designated kitchen area. For example ...
... hanging by the pool I get befriended by a guy from Libya who keeps asking me to take pictures of him I'm various poses, very strange. He can't get the concept of me coming from London. I drew the line when he started putting on sun lotion, I pretended I couldn't see him so he wouldn't ask me to put some on his back! In the early evening kev comes home early from work and we get ready to go out for dinner. As I actually need to get some dirhams to use in Abu Dhabi we head ...
... 27) and this is really high especially when you stay outside on the balcony and decide to have a look down to the road. But then you look up again and realise that some buildings next two you are 2-3 times higher. Impressive and a bit scary, too. Reem Island is a new island, artificial and hand made by a lot of sand dredging. I would say maximum 5-10 % of this island is developed so far so you can imagine how this place will look like in a few years time. Coming from Kenya ...
... of the road, and the wrong side of the car, to IKEA..or so we thought...
We missed the turning and ended up on the motorway in completely the wrong direction, and ended up all the way back at the hotel we had been staying in the previous fortnight (it was the only place we vaguely knew the directions to!). Off we started again, back on the main road to IKEA. We got ...
... Skybed. I pressed and held the button BED and sat and manoeuvred so as to not get crushed. I was lying flat, ready for a sleep, on a plane. I never sleep on planes, cant get comfortable and hate missing things. As it was dark outside and there was nothing to see I thought why not close my eyes. I awoke to the announcement that we had 1 hour until we landed at Abu Dhabi and then the cabin manager, Josephine, came and offered me some more refreshments, ...