Al Seef Beach Hotel
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My Dad and I are planning a trip to Dubai, that is going to be a bookmark in my life of top favorable moments!
We are leaving this Sunday ( March 16th) and should arrive in Dubai at night!
The best part is, I will be able to see my uncle Haroon (which I may add, I share the same birthday with!) who I haven't seen since I was 9 years old!
We will be on our way back on Tuesday, March 26th! I'm sure I won't want to come back after being in one of ...
... suitcases away as they had to be sorted into groups for the next day when we would all be leaving at different times. Then we had a bit of free time, I spent it Vibering, Facebooking and Snapchatting and hoping that some of my friends had decided that staying up till 1am was a good idea. Emma and I watched a bit of Cake Boss and then it was orientation time. Orientation turned out to be much more fun that we had been expecting. It involved many games and then we were given ...
... the freaky randoms who stopped in:) (Pretty sure you can't barter with a bar in a hotel you freak!!) We slept pretty soon after that and awoke to a new day in Dubai. We wandered the shops for a bit, Sarah buying a toy camel, who we named Dermot from Dubai! When we returned to our nest in the smokers lounge, we hung out for a bit, watched some news (riots in Istanbul huh?) and posted a few pics on Facebook. When we went ...
... which consisted of Denmark, Sweden, Norway (together called Scandinavia), Iceland and Finland, and the Baltic state of Estonia.
For Denmark, Sweden, Finland and Estonia, we would only be visiting the capital cities of Copenhagen, Stockholm, Helsinki and Tallinn. We would spend somewhat more time in Iceland (4 nights) and the longest period of our travel would be in Norway (8 nights).