Hilton Al Ain
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... of not sinking a single ball in are written. Luckily, as mentioned before Jo went nuts and sunk every ball in after that to record a memorable win and for the first time ever in Olympic history force a draw in the medal tally. As we could not afford to pay for another event we decided that we both were the winners on the day, but to be honest I think sport was the real winner on the day.
The rest of the time up on the mountain ...
... areas provides a glimpse into the honest reflection of his country's culture prior to its dramatic development during the post oil years. It's structured within a complex of courtyards and simplistic buildings provides a cool and relaxing oasis from the heat of the sandy dessert. A great way of living, would love to design a home in that fashion. We sat in his chair, walked around the kitchen, went into the bedrooms, checked out the well, sat ...
... the cashier pointed at us.
"You're next," he said, much to the disappointment of everyone else hoping to get past us.
We were so frazzled, we went and sat in the 'Family Area' of the food court, a few tables a bit away from the others. As best I could tell, and from past experiences, 'Family Area' is basically a polite way of saying, 'no boys allowed unless you are married and with your wife and well-behaved.'
"Dubai doesn't have family areas ...
... for our immigration and we were soon on our way (at very high speed) to our hotel. We were able to have a relaxing rest of the day and are looking forward to our short stay back in the UK as from 23 September.
September 22 2010. Spent a relaxing morning, catching up on the blog and various emails. Check out was at mid-day, so stored our bags and walked into the Town, although not a particularly good time to do this 'Mad dogs ...
... 8217;Allah”. Or, one could say to an employer, “I’ll have that report on your desk by tomorrow morning, Insha’Allah.” Basically, it is a very relaxed culture and what doesn’t happen today, will surely happen tomorrow. Or the next day. Or the next. As is the case with our housing accommodations. We were informed today that our accommodations would not ...