Al Bustan Centre & Residence
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... revamp of the property and rooms, sounds good to me :) Adios Chicas ! Next time you hear from me I'll be in Singapore. The heat will be pretty much the same but more humid - great more sweating!! ( I should have just worn a swimming costume and waterproofs for this holiday!) Hopefully I'll keep up the blog, as from this point I'll actually be interacting with humans. I'll try my best. Much love xx P.s Dubai airport has recliner seats! Better set an ...
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... took me to Badgers Mount to lend me a car. I was a bit jet lagged driving to Kathys where I stayed but I got there ok but of cause without my case. This was Thursday and I finally got it back on Sunday which I was very happy about.
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... over the dunes before we set off again. At the end of the dune bashing we got back onto the main road with our tires still deflated and gunned it at 120km/hr (very safe on the open road). It wasn't long before we were at the bedouin style campsite. At the campsite we had an outdoor meal on cushions in the sand, rode a camel for 30 seconds, drank beer, held a falcon (although he looked blind from continuous flashes which was sad) and watched a spinning tanoura dance as ...
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Dubai uses some 150 million (yes MILLION) gallons of water a day. Approximately 97% (YES 97%) of it is ...