Al Diar Dana Hotel
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... dollars. Then it was off to the Irish Pub in the Raha Hotel called McGettigan's not McGuin****ns as first reported!
We navigated our way through the hotel lobby and then into the library? The entrance to the pub was wall to ceiling books. Our nook in the pub was partitioned by piles of hardwood? We are 'big girls' and ordered our own tall glasses of cold beer. I am sure that Nobless started ...
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... the Taj Mahal, a Jedi force would NOT let me put my camera down! We did some more 'dune busting', and what was fun for the first 10 minutes became a little but more than my aforementioned sensitive stomach could handle. My travel mate Jack was more than happy to jump in the front- thank you Jack! All of the cars were white, and it was just like in the movies. We stopped at a huge dune for another photo stop. Climbing to the top was no easy feat! These dunes make ...
... het Afrikaans gepraat". Like a boss!! :) As the sun set, we were entertained by artists and ate traditional food. Robs and I also shared a chivas regal 12 year....you know:) Some of today's pics are proudly sponsored by Robs. You'll know them when you see em....they are the really good ones :):) I can't remember falling asleep to be honest, but I remember the alarm going off before sunrise for todays morning activity...but I'll save that story for the next ...
Well after a pleasant flight and much more sleep than I expected, I am at a cafe at Abu Dhabi airport, waiting for Eddy to bring me a coffee.. The airport is crowded with lots of people from all different nationalities. It's interesting to sit and observe and listen to all that is going on... A toddler crying, chatter in different languages, people in the cafe, ...