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... to catch up and rest. Our plans we're make Dubai a rest spot, if you like a treat but more realistically a transition to what will be an adventure of a lifetime. You are welcome to read our blog any time for an update on what we are doing. You can be sure that it will be brief and probably a weekly posting - the record, with photos, of our experiences. I am sure that I will perfect how I go about this in ...
... unfortunately with no working wifi in the rooms. Ted called me before he headed to bed, but since it was only mid afternoon here, I thought I'd go and explore.
Truthfully, there really wasn't much to see! I walked around the general area to get my bearings but there seemed to be nothing more than apartment buildings. I was really hungry by this stage too but even though I could smell food, I couldn't find anything resembling a restaurant. Fortunately I wandered further ...
... 8217;s tallest
building and even in person it doesn’t look real, more like something out of a
Then onwards to the Bastakia Quarter (or historic district –
in truth, no one local whom I uttered this name to knew what the hell I was
talking about, making me think it’s just a pet name for a neighborhood given by
some well-to-do expats). But at any rate, the neighborhood was cool – lots of
... We don't want that and ask a third local, who is able to explain us that the taxi boats are 1 Dhiram (= 0,20 Euro). A magnificent ride, practically for free. The contrast on the water is tremendous. Here you find a hidden gem in Dubai itself. Locals making a living of some tourists, visiting the Dubai Heritage Town and processing stock. It's clearly a harbor. Microwaves, refrigerators all stacked on the dock. In the heritage town we found ...
... stunning, and makes you feel undressed right away after just getting in from a remote island were even sandals are barely required. The first thing I thought of right away is how much my friend Maureen would love this place. There isn't anyone else I know who can truly appreciate the details and the luxury of a really nice hotel. Since we were hours from check in, we were invited up to the executive lounge on the 36 floor with breathtaking views over the city of Dubai and we had ...
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