Al Diar Capital Hotel
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... and cheers pal u nicked a business seat from us and 2 why give me a business class boarding pass and then two minutes later when I check in the bags tell me it is now economy *******s talking about teasing you! Anyhow only three more hours of this and we are in Bangkok then the adventure really ...
I am curious about the bathroom etiquette. First toilet I visited had no toilet paper or hand towels and many users walked out without washing their hands at the basin. I did note the hose in each toilet but am not sure I heard them being used, the second toilet block I used and continued to use had 2 cleaners permanently located in the toilets cleaning the cubicle after each use. They also directed users ...
... advice on TripAdvisor on airport wear in the Emirates: "Men should not wear women's clothing, being arrested is quite likely." Which is quite ironic considering the general attire (and what appears to be the local attire in Abu Dhabi); Daz white robes (also known as a 'kandura') which heavily resemble the typical XXXL shirt you might throw on when ...
“Haha, I don’t have a garden!”
“Seriously? Do you get free talk time?”
….only in UAE?
Also, Amber just pointed out that nearly every introduction we’ve had this week has started with asking the group where we are from. This is largely due to the diversity of people in Dubai. Today alone we spoke to a Yemeni, an Emirate, a Pakistani, a Tanzanian, a Filipino, an Indian, a Brazilian, a Dutchman, and an ...
... Promenade otherwise known as the Corniche but as the temperature was in the 80s, staying on board was looking favourite at this stage!
The Port of Abu Dhabi is known as Port Zayed named after Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan who was the principal driving force behind the formation of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in the early 70s. He was the youngest son of Sheikh Sultan bin Zayed bin Khalifah Al Nahyan. ‘Bin’ in an Arabic name means ‘son ...