Al Khaleej Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... all his help and advice in how to pack a house. We left our big house of great memories on Thursday 26 June. Gayle, Abby and I moved in to Makarini St with Bill and Kay, Gayles mum, for the week. We then had three days with Martin, Heather and the boys, many thanks to Lincoln for spending so much time helping us organise our IT. On the 8th July we moved to Sydney to share a fantastic couple of days ...
... is one thing that really stood out to me.
In this country, I like the fact that their architecture is simply amazing. It's no comparison to New York. The buildings and skyscrapers are one of a kind.
I was surprised to see that in the evening in downtown you can't see the buildings too much because of the lack of lights in the building. It made me realize that in downtown Houston, even if it is dark you are still able ...
... of Easter egg hunt, something that is not done here, they all had a fun time. We had an Aussie tradition of a BBQ lunch. The yummiest lamb sausages. Essam and Darren spent the evening getting ready for their impending flights tomorrow, Monday. Essam is operating the flight that Darren is going home on. Darren is back at work on Friday. Cooper and I will be travelling by the ...
... their burkas (which in this locale were decorated with gold
leaf designs, a sign of status to differentiate them from their counterparts in
just plain ole black) hopping into expensive SUVs that they collected from the
valet. Saw some crazy ****, as per usual, and then sauntered on over to the One
& Only Royal Mirage to imbibe in their rooftop bar, which was sexy as hell
with killer views, fuschia lighting, pillows everywhere and kind of like an ultra