Al Jawhara Metro Hotel
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... passing buildings with no commentary it wasn't a case of more "old stuff", rather more "new stuff". Dubai is only 250 years old!!!
We cannot imagine how anyone gets anything done outside here - well actually we now know - much of the work is done by Indians and Pakistanis who cope better with the heat. We are glad we have a couple of days here but know that will be plenty of time to see some amazing things and prepare for the journey HOME.Love and God bless.
... easily into the panniers.
Back upstairs to bag drop. Annette had checked in online, so we were able to waltz up to be served by a delightful young lady. A quick chat and we were able to put our 61.6kg - excess of only 1.6kg on without any problems. A young man took the bike boxes and we then fronted up to passport check and customs. All good, even got a response from one of the customs guys in white - it was a struggle for him to ...
... style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">each hour passed, the pest of a jet lag that most of us were suffering with
started to hit us hard.
Either way, it was our first day and we weren’t about to let
something so trivial affect us. The highlight of the day for me ...
... where we can place our shoes - quite a lot of space.
Inside the first area, we are blown away by the white marble floors, the inlay work on the walls and the huge Austrian crystal chandelier in soft blue colours - shaped like a flower. The doors to the Mosque where huge and in a “free form” shape – once closed they would look decorative rather than like a door. Shehnaaz said this area is more feminine than the ...
After a glorious flight (big thumbs up to Emirates airline #PR) I was greeted at Dubai International airport with a bunch of flowers and an ecstatic sister (Laura). The pilot announced that it was midnight and 21 degrees aka WELCOME!!
The first full day in Doobs started shamefully late, a disgraceful 4pm after chatting to my sister until 7am and averaging 3 hours sleep in the run up ...