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We arrived in Dubai around 5am on Friday the 11th September. Once we had gone through customs we were met by a gentleman holding up a sign with our names on it, plus a few other peoples. Just like you see in the movies. Temperature in Dubai was a very muggy 31 degrees at 5am. Was later to get to 39 degrees today. Heat just hits you and envelopes you. Bit stifling. A thirty minute coach ride had us to our hotel. Driving along was ...
Up early from Marple and off to Manchester airport on the first train from Marple. Great flight to Dubai via Emirates. The World's favourite airline; our favourite at least and if failed to be dreadful yet again with loads of legroom and great food. Widescreen TVs with a million film choices topped the cake. Dubai is 35 degrees - this is at 9.00 at night, so the prospects of a football World Cup to remember. At least for the unlucky buggers actually on ...
Our day began with a full breakfast. No complaints here, breakfast was great. We had to all be in the foyer by 9:00 am for a full day of activities. On the bus we got and by this time the temperature was in the late thirties. The city is amazing and very clean. No grass in sight, all sand. There is clearly a lot of money being invested as there is construction everywhere. The people drive the latest cars; Lexis, BMW, Audi, Mercedes, Mustang ...
... yep go snow skiing. This was a highlight of the whole holiday. Only in Dubai do you find such an amazing facility. Whilst Ben attacked the slopes we went to the snow park and had fun with Ned. The kid is fearless. There were a couple of rides that he was just tall enough for and he was into with his ears pinned back. Talk about cold. -4 degrees and despite ...
... price tags are strategically hidden under the mini pedestals so we can't tell how much anything costs. Pointing to a silver necklace with a heart pendant, Preeti asks the salesman, "How much is that?" The Tiffany's salesman (we'll call him TS for short), dressed in a smart black suit, takes one glance at us, but still proceeds to take out the jewelry for us to see. He takes out a black felt dictionary-sized block and uses forceps to gently ...
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- Great view
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