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... through a series of dark steep and rather intense tunnels. ( see photo for shocked fear look). Once I had recovered from this I rather liked it. Not enough to do the Jumeirah Skeirah -- a double sheer drop slide where you stand in a glass box before the floor collapses- by the boys were both game and much to the attendants shock Felix was well over the height restriction. Video doesn't really capture it but it was really hard ...
... we came down, the famous Dubai Mall fountains had just started, so we took a table at a Dim Sum restaurant called Ping Pong and ate dinner overlooking the incredible display of the fountains, music, lights, the full works. It was amazing and a memorable evening to top off an excellent day for Ash's Birthday. After dinner, we went for a wander around the Dubai Mall, which is the biggest centre I have ever been, it had everything, from a huge selection of restaurants and ...
... However my lemon and mint drink was superb - check out the colour!
Forgot to mention that we had hired a car and that all went very well - GPS eventually finding our correct hotel when we entered the correct Ibis! Yesterday drove down to Abu Dhabi (these Emirates are like separate states within an overall federal structure) which was about 1.5 hours on a 6 lane highway with a minimum speed limit of 80Kph and ...
... right in front of much bigger craft. We sat at a river front restaurant yesterday and marvelled at the scene before us. Cannot imagine the Brisbane River looking like this. There is instant noise wherever you are. What a blessing to arrive at your air conditioned, quiet, peaceful hotel even though the tooting of the car horns still pervades the thick walls. Goodbye Dubai. Thanks for a great introduction to your city. I am sure there is plenty more to ...
The base has two commercial airlines that offer services to Dubai with a stop at our south-west base. We were taken to drop off our bags and then waited…and waited some more.
Eventually we boarded and took off. Usually I am asleep by wheels up. Sitting in a plane listening to the engine may as well be a lullaby. But I desperately wanted to see what the country looks like other than our piece of wasteland. As we circled the area, I realized ...
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