Ajman Beach Hotel
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... at the foot of the tower, there is so much logic with the shop layouts that it must've been a man's idea, the vast majority of shops are grouped together by the goods that they sell. I spent 2 hours wondering around the mall, I stumbled across a Waitrose which supplied tonight's dinner of bread, cheese and Pringles! I still need to catch up with sleep so I'll be getting what feels like an early one tonight but I am currently 4 hours ...
... so we rigged a chair and a couch cushion to keep it closed. Some of us were woken by the call to prayer at 4 in the morning. They pray five times a day. There are prayer rooms all over the place.
We calculated having walked somewhere between 21,000 and 24,000 steps, depending on what app was being used. The smog in Dubai is a constant haze. Apparently people jog indoors , although that would make sense of only to beat the heat that can go as high as 50 degrees in the ...
After only 3 hours sleep we were all up at 12.30am to head to the airport for our 3.40 flight to Bangkok. It's Lara's birthday as she happily told anyone, and she opened her first present before the flight. On the plane Lara was presented with a beautiful birthday cake, organised by the ground crew at Gatwick ...
... taxi arrived and took us to the airport. Kim lined up in the check in line with me too. Then the time came to say goodbye. Now this was a hard goodbye, airport goodbyes always are hard both of us had tears in our eyes and then I had to bite the bullet and give her one last hug and go. I waved as I left the area. Once through security it wasn't to bad then I boarded the plane. Got taking to the girls behind me 1 is from Melbourne and was headed home after 3 ...
... There was an air of urgency, but no panic; nonetheless, it was very strange and we were a little nervous. The worst part was that everyone had to exit through the turnstiles single-file. Finally, after being sardined with pushy strangers, we got out and walked three stations back (30min) back to our hotel.
Today we had a show in the morning, and then Jefferson and I layed out by the pool! We're ...