Al Diar Hotel Apartments - Al Barsha
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We saw some news on the TV talking about a possible volcano erupting in Iceland again. Last time that happened, Europe airports closed down for 6 days !! Lets hope it settles until we are past Prague and in Amsterdam.
Up early tomorrow to leave the hotel at 7am so all the repacking needs to be done tonight.
As the Hash House Harriers used to say - " On ! On!" - and so we shall.
... fast pace, the city always felt alive.
Next, we were on our way to Heathrow Airport and our flight to Dubai. Emirates Airlines operates the Airbus A380 on the London to Dubai route. It's a magnificent airplane, with two decks. It makes you wonder just how such a huge, enormous aircraft could lift off the ground. Of course it does, but it does leave you with amazement in two ways – firstly, that man is ...
Yesterday I learned the lesson, do not ask for a cappuccino in Dubai if you are used to Italian coffee. Instead of that, I had four espressos and almost a heart attack.
Early in the morning we arrived at the Emirates Training Center (Watch video! - we met Mr. David Timmins. Training Specialist) We visited some of the areas where Emirates trains their staff: the program consists of 3 weeks training on safety and security ...
... can’t be THAT far away we decided to continue walking. You’d think we’d learned from our last jaunt walking from the metro to the Burj Arab. Things were going swimmingly until Sheik Zayed Road swerved to the right and turned in to a 6 lane flyover whilst our pavement veered left, ending abruptly as road works took over and although the pedestrian walkways were clearly marked, took us over some of the narrowest and roughest terrain we had experienced. Through ...
... which was quite amazing. He told us that some of the sheiks houses were a kilometre squared in size. I think he was exaggerating slightly but they were all huge and seemed to stretch a long way along the road way behind walls. Everything was beautifully kept as one would imagine. Eventually we arrived at the port where the island made to look like a palm tree, stretched out into the sea. I was surprised to see that they had not only built ...