Hilton Al Ain
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... that moment, I was happy that I hadn't purchased tickets!
After waiting another half an hour, trying to get out of the parking lots that was literally completely blocked, we were back out on the road. There a new plan was made! We decided to take a trip to Dubai. We changed our reservations for Dubai, repack for the breach and headed to Dubai. I've got there within an hour, but once getting there, the traffic and driving was a whole different story. If you used ...
... cooling down in the pool. It is just like a resort!! I am planning to start going through the week as well. I mean why not... its to hot to do anything else :)
As for my school, I am already in full swing with classes and really enjoying getting to know my new students. I teach 90% Emeriate kids, therefore the school is split by gender starting in grade 5. I teach four sections. One Grade 9 boys class, two Grade 9 girl classes and 1 Grade 10 girls class. I am very ...
... went down and on the other side were the huge sand dunes mimicking waves for as far as the eye could see.
As soon as the sun rose to start the following day I declared to Jo that we would be competing in a mini Olympics. The hotel had many activities such as mini golf, squash, table tennis, pool and pinball machines and I decided that we would challenge each other to all of them. We limbered up, fuelled ourselves with a ...
... the place. A walk through the oasis offers respite from the sun, but it must be the most managed oasis in the Sahara....the walkways through the palms are completely landscaped with walls protecting the palms. A little surreal, but fascinating nonetheless. We finished the afternoon with a quick stroll through the city of al Ain, which, according to Mark and Wendy reminds them of how Abu Dhabi was 20 yrs ago....very few tall buildings and much in need of a makeover! Another good ...
... seen ones that small. One was trying to squeeze through the cage bars. Despite not being able to fit, it just kept right on trying. It reminded me of the lady in Abu Dhabi that couldn't fit past the chairs in the food court.
When we finally did find the parking lot, it was another twenty minutes before we found the car. Then, when we drove away, we realized we didn't know where we were going.
The mountain was out. Even though everyone said it was really ...