Al Bustan Centre & Residence
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Our first loop took us along the coast to Jumeirah Beach and for a view of Burj Al Arab the iconic hotel in Dubai. From there we proceeded to the Atlantis Hotel along the stem of the man made, palm tree island Palm Jumeirah. The wealth in this part of the world is obscene. The commentary on the bus reported that when you buy a villa on Palm Jumeirah you don't get a bottle of wine from the agent you get a ...
... of UAE existence. We stopped to see the exterior of Jumeriah mosque, walked through time in the Dubai museum, took an abra (type of boat) water taxi across the Dubai Creek to the spice markets, toured through the gold market area and made a stop to see handmade gold rugs. The architecture here is incredibly diverse and unique... mostly. They like to do things bigger and better than "in the states", like how they copied the Chrysler ...
Well its been a quick 10 days. Today Mum Abbie and Davie left. Been good to see them again but not sure when i will next see them again. Probably in Dubai. Cant really see myself going home anytime soon. Me and Dad came down stairs and saw them off to a taxi. Obviously abbie and mum were greeting cause they are gonna miss me so much! The rest of the day was spent cleaning the flat and trying to write blogs, im fallin further and further behind with ...
... recently in November, has apparently showcased over 45 million flowers in a variety of floral sculptures from a functioning 40' wide clock to replicas of world monuments. Finally, we ended the day with dinner in Madinat Jumeirah, a 40 acre (Dubai definitely has a size complex) resort along the beach. Taking a dhow (think Venetian gondola but more Arabic) through the resort's canals to a spectacular Thai dinner at Pai Thai was one of the ...
... are everywhere. I kind of get that Hitler vibe. You see all different nationalities working here, except the actual Emiratis. They do not work. They shop in the luxury malls. I do mean luxury. The Emirates Mall has Ski Dubai. A man- made ski slope inside, in the desert. The Dubai Mall has a waterfall, a huge aquarium, and an ice rink. The stores are all Very High End. A lady, Kim, befriended me. She is in her fifties and here looking for ...