Al Sondos Suites
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... the next place the Dhow cruise departed from. That was 9.45, and the next cruise left at 10.30. So we had a walk around the souk area, got to take pics of the dhows who were loading up with goods to take to various countries including malaysia. It was interesting to see the big boxesof refrigerators and fans being loaded onto the open deck of the crowded dhows some of which looked like they had been a sea for years. We were told that some of the crew on the dhows were in their ...
... hadnt packed our suitcases enough in the past few months.
Despite this we had a lovely time with Owen and Oscar wandering along the marina and the beach before Oscar need a nap so Taid and Nanny went for a swim in the hotel pool on the 36th floor.
Soon we were getting ready for the main event of the day...a trip up The Burj Khalifa....the tallest building in the ...
... round before stopping for a soft drink, this is probably the first time ever where Deb has suggested we stop for a drink and seven quid for a glass of (real) lemonade seems a right result. Cab back to HQ, this is the only thing here that is cheap, a thirty minute cab journey gives change from fifteen quid. Catch the last of the rays by the pool with some beer, we've not needed a hospital yet on this trip which is quite good for us, it it touch and go as the table ...
... the beautiful sites.
There was a lot of chat about “regions” and “markets” and “goals” and “numbers” and stuff. I think it has something to do with recruiting students. To me, recruitment of students happens when you have relationships with people, not when you talk about spreadsheets and perceived trends. Again, that’s just me. I only ran one other admissions operation before, at FDU. The year I was made University ...
... web and had found a nearby bookshop that sells books in English. But it only opened at 11am (possibly run by Bernard Black??). With a bit of time to kill, I went and had a coffee and a muffin and sat and read for a while in a café in the shadow of the Warsaw Palace of Science and Culture. This building is massive! It’s a huge gothic tower with huge wings on the base that contain galleries, cinemas and theatres. After 11am rolled around, I made my way ...