Al Diar Capital Hotel
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... seafront. Although after a couple of hours in the midday heat we found ourselves lured towards the nearby air conditioned mall to cool off.
Thanks so much to Maria, Nick, Benji and Luca for entertaining us for a couple of days, was great to see you all, and really enjoyed the Afghan curry! See you again ...
... RIDE. EVER. When getting off no one could walk properly, they had to wear goggles because it was so fast. The power at the start was insane, it had everyone screaming. The whole ride was so fast that Angela swore she could almost feel her clothes getting ripped off her. Funnily enough in one of the photos her t-shirt was off her shoulders. If the line there wasn't too long they definitely would have gone on it again. After that they went on a few more rides then headed for coffee ...
... impaired decision making. As such I shall try to keep you up to date with as many pictures and (short) posts as possible. At this point in time I am sitting on my plane direction Abu Dhabi. With almost 1/3 of my total travel time down, I am slowly getting very excited for what is to come. Moving onto new experiences I would like to pause briefly and thank everyone who made the last three weeks at ...
On day 2 Zoe and Moe took us to check out the truly luxurious Emirates Palace. Comprised of 114 domes and made with marble and gold, it was a beautiful building. There was an ATM in the lobby that spewed out gold bars instead of cash and apparently you can enjoy a cappuccino dusted with gold dust instead of chocolate!
Next we visited the Heritage Village which gives an insight into what life was like before UAE struck oil only a short ...
... with a steady stream of cars and vans and even hand carts passing by so any vehicles stopping would cause a definite obstruction (the hand carts seemed to be doing a pretty good job of that on their own!!). It was easy enough to wheel our luggage to the nearest main road opposite the Al Ras metro station and hail a taxi from there. Within 2 minutes we were sat in the back of the cab heading towards the floating hotel that will be our home for the next 18 nights.