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Boarded on time for our flt to Sydney and then sat in the plane for over two hours while the engineers tried to resolve a "computer issue". The captain had to shut the whole plan down twice to do that. Not good sitting in a plan without aircon in Dubai, 46deg in the shade!! Finally fixed the problem, well that's what they told us, and announced that we were taking off, but after pulling back from the gate they discovered a ...
... but no thanks! We were so tired from the flight and starving but it's Ramadan. Ramadan means Muslims fast for 30 days from sun up to sun down. Nothing to eat or drink. No smoking, chewing gum, dancing, or playing any music. This is the time that they all take to detoxify their bodies from all impurities and to reflect on life. So what does this mean for us. This means every restaurant in Dubai is closed from sun up to sun down. You are prohibited by the law to consume ...
So it's that time again, a little older, a little wiser, we are embarking on another adventure but this time, we will be on the other side of the planet. A lot has changed since my last blog which Chelsea has dubbed as"lies" so this is blog 2.0. It will be divided into two parts, Robbie's blog and "the truth" (however chels will more than likely get fed up ...
... was not what I was expecting, to be truthful neither of us have done any research on Dubai so we had nothing planned. What can I say it's a mall, big place with shops and restaurants, none of the tat shops in the Metro Centre and some very expensive shops but still just a big building with shops. We go out to the fountain which puts on a show every thirty minutes for 5 minutes and it was good, some bits didn't really match the music but it's ...
... myself. We wandered the labyrinth of the souks (markets) and they are fascinating. Of course every shop keeper is trying to lure you in but we don't want anymore luggage at this stage. The gold souk is incredible and your senses are bombarded with miles of shops littered with any piece of gold you could think of to buy. Kerry was wanting to shower me with gifts but I had to protest 'NO NO' on many occasion as we wandered through the gold souk. (Said no wife ever!!!) Never mind, ...
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