Al Diar Dana Hotel
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... for lunch at the Shangri-La Hotel for a Middle Eastern lunch. She is burning the midnight candle for her company, Five Currents, as her team plans the national day celebration of Abu Dhabi in December. The theme is about being an Emirate and will be interesting to know just what that is. We had a chance to visit again. We bid Janet farewell as she flew off into ...
... what.......it was. Anyway, we get picked up in a comfy Land Cruiser and head off about 60 kilometres to meet up with some more Land Cruisers. I had originally thought we would get transported to somewhere, climb into a beat up dune buggy and ride the dunes, but when we stopped to let air out of the tyres, and I noticed the roll bar above my head, I realised we were in the vehicle already. And then it was on. We didn't just cruise over the dunes, we belted along at a ...
If you knew Abu Dhabi for oil, then you have missed a great deal. This city of the Arabs has much more to it than you could ever imagine. Although it is a developed city, you would hardly experience traffic jams and the surrounding is quite liveable. Abu Dhabi has grown up to be a city of attractions. That is why you should consider here as your next tourist destination.
1. Boat Tours
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... was waiting (worry no.1 averted) and gave us an interesting info description on the way to our hotel. He also gave us some tips on places to go to. Checkin was smooth and the hotel is nice and very handy to the centre of town. Unpack, SHOWER, look for somewhere for dinner then SLEEP in a BED. Our transfer driver had suggested a bar near the hotel for drinks but by the time we got there it was Friday after work FULL. ...
... not to get too close as camels are known to spit when aggravated. Camel's spit-up their stomach contents mixed with saliva (called "cud") as a signal to other animals to "back-off". Once the cud is in the camel's mouth, it will begin shaking its head side-to-side until the cud in the camel's long, droopy lips and can be projected. If provoked, the camel can produce enough cud to almost completely cover a human....which is why we felt it was important to keep a safe distance!