Al Bustan Centre & Residence
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... did some last minute shopping then finally checked our bags in and headed into the international area. Where I was asked to stand in this cylindrical like thing. Had to spread my legs and hold out my arms (my body looked like a cross shape). Katelyn was laughing at me as she was going through the normal security measures. Grandma was behind me and ...
... of the Five Pillars of Islam. The Five Pillars consist of:
- Shahadah: sincerely reciting the Muslim profession of faith
- Salat: performing ritual prayers in the proper way five times each day
- Zakat: paying an alms (or charity) tax to benefit the poor and the needy
- Sawm: fasting during the month of Ramadan
- Hajj: pilgrimage to Mecca
16-June: This morning my colleagues brought in a ...
... perfume. It's much more setup for going to get exactly what you want rather than mooching about. Still not a shopping convert though.
We get off at the Gold Souk, my god, what a place. there a loads of little streets, a bit like the Rambles in York but with a covered roof. Every single shop is gold, gold and more gold. The first place we come to is like one of the barrows in the Metro Centre except instead of tat it's gold, coins, chains ...
... as well. There are many food outlets and restaurants. We had a coffee whilst watching all the activities within the ski complex, including a bob sleigh run. Quite amazing. We stayed for 3 hours but there are only so many shops you can look in and as we were not buying anything as our cases were so full we just didn't have any more room. We got back to our room about 4pm had a ...
... to take the train up to Dubai Mall to catch the open top bus to do the beach tour. As we discovered yesterday, this place wasn't built for pedestrians - let alone pram pushing pedestrians. The pavements are lumpy and bumpy and the kerb is about 30cm high, so a complete nightmare to heave buggies up and down in the midday sun! Once we got to the train station everything was easy and trains were super modern and clean. ...