Al Diar Palm Hotel Apartments
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... s difficult to get all of it in one photo! It sparkles like an enormous upside down icicle. A very impressive building.......I was less impressed with the cafe's Arabic coffee which just had to be tried. It tasted of cardamom and was slightly bitter. Not my favourite but let's face it, still an improvement on Starbucks bland offering (allegedly!)
Fortified with dates and coffee we zoomed off to Dubai Marina and boarded an old Arab Dhow for a circular tour ...
... B for one last day skiing before flying out on the Sunday evening. My parents had left early the Sunday morning Kaz time and I knew from flight tracking websites that they would be arriving nearly 90 minutes late. This was not the news I wanted to hear considering that their arrival was 3:30am Kaz time and we would still need to get to the hotel. Thankfully, there is the new arrivals lounge in Abu Dhabi so I had a comfortable place to wait the 5 hours ...
So today we went to Abu Dhabi, which is about 120km from Dubai and we were really lucky that the tour consisted of us only so that was a bonus. Our driver Mark was fabulous. First stop was the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, the third largest Mosque in the world which took 10 years to build at a cost of around $2.3 billion. Truly an amazing place and before any of you panic when looking at some of the pics, no I HAVEN'T become a submissive wife, there is a dress ...
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After a short wait and a long look at the artwork around the airport we finally got on the plane. To my pleasure I got two seats (Window and Isle) to myself. We had no crying babies or children of any kind. I then proceeded to relax for the next 6 ½ hours on the way to Singapore. I was able to watch 3 ¼ movies and take a short nap. (I watched “The monkey King”, “The great hypnotist”, “The Lunchbox” and got most of the way ...
... set the alarms off, I think they're metal detectors, I was unceremoniously told by the security guard "go! That woman! See her!" to which i looked around in a slightly bleary, bewildered state, until I saw a woman in uniform. She ushered me in to a small room with frosted windows (for privacy...) I was a little concerned I'd have to totally strip when all I want is to sleep. However she just looked me in the eyes smilingly and a little disconcertingly and moved her hand up ...