Al Khaleej Hotel
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... Another example is when looking at a map the Burj Khaleefa was about four blocks away from where we were staying, looks simple enough like it’s a quick stroll but in reality that’s a good 10 km away.
Being the middle of the desert the day was hot and considering we did just walk 30 mins in the heat we were looking forward to sitting in the Air-Con of the bus and seeing the sites of the city. The great thing about Dubai is that all ...
... made it to the huge Emirates Mall. Pleased to be inside because outside was steamy hot. Had to be back at the hotel about 2pm to get ready for our Safari so speed shopping was done. Charlotte knew basically what she wanted so headed to those shops which were not in NZ - went to Victorias Secret, H&M and Forever 21. She successfully spent her money which she had for Dubai - did seem very good value. Got a ...
... credit card and it calculates the exchange and the current price of gold.
Back on the Dubai side we ate at a creek side restaurant where I again had Fatouch and Kibbah which were delicious. I would weigh 300 lbs easy if I lived here. Now I understand why Muslim men wear the loose fitting kandura or dish-dash.
In the evening we went to the movies to see The 2nd Best ...
... hockey and football. Football on ice with skates.
Police officers should have retro, or throw back day like the major league baseball and NFL football teams do where they where they put on the Keystone Cops outfits. Not cost effective, but humorous enough to create a little good will with the public.
Ancient Greeks began keeping records of their Olympic feats like the discus as far back as 776 BC. Do any of their accomplishments stack ...
... trade location. The town of Dubai was an important port of call for foreign tradesmen, chiefly those from Iran, many of whom eventually settled in the town. By the beginning of the 20th century, it was an important port.