Al Diar Capital Hotel
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... is Located next to the real palace of the Royal Family. After touring the serenely beautiful Shiekh Zayed Grand Mosque with its gold, crystal, endless marble and semi precious stones you don't need to go the Taj Mahal. It could only be disappointing. Our highlight was catching up with crazy hard-working, globe trotting, gorgeous Lise. After a tour of the city we ...
... to capture the kilometre long fence that borders one side of this palace. This is probably the shortest boundary :-) After a wander around and then some lunch we headed back to the hotel (taxi this time) to wait to be picked up for our Desert Adventure. This tour consists of driving over sand dunes, camel farm visit, dinner and some belly dancing. Guess which bit I was looking forward to. Yep, those camel farms are always a lot of fun. Okay, it was actually the sand ...
So tired, left the house at 1pm yesterday approximately 24 hours ago, and very little sleep, so hard to sleep on these cramped planes. Did manage to watch the new Avengers movie. Have no idea where I'm going or how to get there. Plus Saigon is massive Think I'll taxi ...
... 8 hours to Dublin though. At least we have a real coffee first to prepare us for the flight. Post script to Abu Dhabi - boarding for our Dublin flight was at 8.30 and we were bused (not air conditioned) from our departure lounge to the plane and then left closed in the bus for nearly 10 minutes AT 39 DEGREES and we are dressed for 16 degrees in Dublin. Arrived in Dublin about 2.30pm to a lovely 18 degrees. Our ...
... in the UAE during these times, due to their ability to survive the harsh conditions of the desert and their ability to transport people and goods. Today, the camel still holds a place close to the heart of most Emirati, and the animal is celebrated in festivals and camel racing (one of the most popular sports throughout Arabic countries).
While at Heritage Village, we got to see a mother camel (called a "cow") and her young (called a "calf") up close, but we ...