Al Shams Plaza Hotel Apartments
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I'm actually writing this at 1am in Singapore, sat outside eating eggplant and friend rice in a backstreet late night cafe by my hostel, watching the occasional giant cockroach scurry past. Paradise, right? If there was ever a combination that screamed impending sickness then I think this is it.
Anyway, back to Dubai... I woke up at 8ish to leave with Gurol, my host, so I could get a lift into the city with him on his way to work. Having not been to bed til nearly 2am and ...
... car and they were so funny. Rob and I both got to sit in the front, we stopped for photos out in the desert then again right on sunder but unfortunately we could barely see the sun because of the haze. Once the sun went down it was still incredibly hot but bearable. At 7pm when the sun hit all our guides went nuts drinking and eating, it was the end of Ramadan so they were pretty happy! On to camp and a Camel ride, photos with the falcon and ...
... 20pm (yes only standing room) and went to the Dubai Mall again for some food (cos of course all the restaurants are open now) so we headed to The Cheesecake Factory. This place was NUTS... They had about 20-30 waiters all standing ready to serve tables - the place was pretty busy as it was, but so many we're standing around. We were served pretty quick smart, had an awesome burger with Beef bacon (believe it or not all animals are great as bacon ...
... at the Burj Kahlif realizing im jumping over X3 that height!!
Wow….. Unreal experience. Considering this was my second Sky Dive it felt like my first again. The views of the Palm were unreal. The Staff were amazing and really made the exsperience I wasn’t nervous at all. The video they shot was and pics they took remind me on the music video Florida Wild Ones. That’s good of quality!
Day to myself today as friends ...
... be renamed the deserted area! Empty nomadic tents were scattered around the area and signs indicated the activity within each tent. One tent was a hospitality tent a la Bedouin style whilst another tent was where the women of the village sat and weaved traditional patterned fabric from goat and camel hair. At the far end of this section stood an enclosure of camels. We asked their handler about the baby camels but struggled to understand his response. We think he was telling us ...