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... undergraduate focused and self-supporting students. Bingo. I just kept wondering about the Outer Universe. I mean, if they are willing to trek through the inner, couldn’t they expand their business to the outer? Just wondering..hmmmm
So, I was done for the day, headed back to the hotel after 1pm and decided to work out before having to check out at 3pm (extended check out for the sick boy!) After getting my heart rate back to age 20 from age 95 (reminiscent of the ...
... kinds. I do like their organisation, gold souk and spice souk are well know, but "utensil souk"...?!?!... I was in heaven, you buy everything from a teaspoon to a pot big enough to boil a camel. I did manage to buy some beautiful little spoons. Gold souk was extravagant in every way but the yellow brassy gold isn't really our thing. There was some lovely jewellery, but it wasn't cheap. Spice souk, OMG... I wished we had one is Australia, everything was so ...
... is next to the mall. The Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. The Burj Khalifa skyscraper is a world-class destination and the magnificent centerpiece of Downtown Dubai, Dubai's new urban masterpiece. The world's tallest building is surrounded by hotels, the Dubai Mall, and other architecturally designed structures. I was rather underwhelmed by why everyone thought it was so fantastic really. Just a tall building ?! Anyway, everyone lines up for hours ...
... get to the edge of the mall along a travellatored walkway and then when inside the shop there were 7 floors the size of 50 football fields with ice skating, cinemas, high end shops, aquarium, a discovery centre and regular shops. BIG! It has more visitors per year than tourists in NYC. Yet it did not seem crowded. Anyway we could see the Burj on the way in and it was across a huge hole in the ground where they were building a new building. We eventually ...
... There were heaps of these dhows on both sides of the Creek. Most on the Sourthern side were floating restaurants, but the ones on the Northern side were used to carry cargo to other countries including India, Pakistan, Yemen and Eastern Africa as well as other Arabian countries. Absolutely amazing the amount of goods and how they are loaded onto these dhows. Has to be seen to be believed. The ...