Al Diar Regency Hotel
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... at a hotel on Yas Island
- Watching the sun go down on Saadiyat Beach
- home made watermelon vodka cocktails!
- bumping into the Man City players in a hotel!
- visiting Ray's Bar
It was soo good to see them and catch up!!
... and had to be cajoled ('just until after we take off, and then we'll see what we can do')into going to the properly designated ones. Fox had read that UAE travellers have gotten a bad reputation for being overly demanding but she had never seen it until then.
On another note, when the plane from Abu Dhabi to San Francisco departed, there were dozens of women wearing abaya, but as the hours passed, more and more cast it aside until, on arrival, Fox only saw one with it still on.
We went swimming again in the Arabian golf. Very hot at midday! And after to the swimming pool. Then went back to the room, watched the TV and had curry in the hotel room, the first time! Good solution during the Ramadan. Then we went to the Abu Dhabi ...
... been used. All the columns (over 1000) had beautiful floral designs on them, and from a distance looked like they had been hand painted, however on closer inspection and with the knowledge of our guide she told us they were all semi precious stones flown in from all over the world and hand placed! The Mosque also held one of the worlds largest chandeliers made entirely from Swarovski crystals flown in from Austria, and the worlds largest piece ...
... Jo-burg we have developed a fondness for City Centre hop-on/hop-off buses. They are a quick way of getting to know a city and can take you to places that you cannot walk to in a sensible period of time (which will no doubt surprise those of you who know John often walks 15 hours around a new city). The Abu Dhabi bus stops are much less clearly marked than those in Jo-Burg. It was a struggle to find the stop where we would join the bus. On the map it was marked as opposite ...