Al Jawhara Hotel Apartment
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... it will not do it any justice whatsoever but I'll try and post some pictures too. We drove for about an hour out in to the desert, had the best tour guide out of all 20 something jeeps but he did have us at what felt like 90 degrees on some of the dunes. There was one guy, an immunologist in our group, a lady who was a paramedic and her mum, and a husband and wife who were both lawyers and they were all from Australia so they weren't short of top tips which ...
... flirting, if you stop doing it, the client will go find someone else and then he dropped the funniest line which is "started from the bottom now we’re here" and that’s how he described his career ladder. For those who don’t understand why it is funny – watch this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RubBzkZ zpUA
We decided to make most out of the day since we had few hours so we went to one of the famous beach bars ...
It's past 11 pm and I’m sitting with Haz in our enormous apartment with a view to the Burj al Arab, the only seventh star hotel in the world, and we are both trying to put words on our first day as Management Associates on the ATW80.
The morning started kind of hectic as I thought I had lost my wallet with my credit cards, but luckily I found it. We went to the lobby to meet Amber and Jessica from ACTE with who we had breakfast and a short briefing about the day. ...
... later and we're off to Abu Dhabi in the world's fastest van cab, our Mercedes mini-van taxi was speeding along at 150km/hr! Our driver even had the courtesy to high beam the Rolls Royce Phantom to move out of our lane and let us pass!
-3:30a.m. UAE time...in bed in our hotel, after I washed my clothes...which I'm wearing again ...
There's something rather exciting about getting to play tourist in a city where you live. Though I spent my first couple of days in Dubai seeing some of its most famous sites, it wasn't until the end of the year that I had the opportunity to embrace the tourist side of Dubai and Abu Dhabi. When I started this blog, I didn't imagine I'd write a travel entry for my new home city but I promised to write about my adventures and one week strolling ...