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... a sleep agin later in the day and maybe early on in our flight (Adelaides's night time). We slept very well however Claire was still not too well after the sleep.
Saturday was again a very hot day at 45C. Due to Claire's state of health, we decided to take it relatively easy for most of the day - nothing too strenuous or directly out in the heat. We decided to hire a driver to drive us around Dubai in a flash BMW, which was appropriately airconditioned, ...
... the little "pond" is dirty and they are still working on making Dubai a global city. Then we went to the Dubai Mall. The Dubai Mall is not fun or exciting or anything, but it was cool to see so many people and so many shops. Like everyone says, it's impossible to look at everything in one day. In late June, however, there are sales so my brother got some good deal on his clothes. Make sure to check out Pinkberry, too, because the fruits (especially the mangos) are better ...
... the evening by my watch but was about 6.30am Melbourne time. I was just coming off East link and turn into Burwood Highway when I knew that dawn was hinting itself into the air. I wanted to try to calculate how long I had been awake but found myself so befuddled that it could not hold numbers. At least I knew the direction home. About twenty minutes later we pulled in to the driveway in the gloom and I could immediately see that the pruning and thinning I had requested ...
... advertisements. When looking at their advertisements, you will notice that there is never an image of an airplane in any of them. This is because they are trying to brand themselves as a lifestyle that globally connects. They said the Emirates way is connecting people and places. This branding strategy is similar to that of Nike and Apple and I think that factors in what makes them so successful and is a brand other airlines should follow.
... but by the time they actually got up to see it, the door was already locked. The disappointment just kept on coming. Around 11, the adults ordered Indian takeout, even though this was against our 3rd most important rule: NO INDIAN FOOD!. Another big disappointment. The last big disappointment of the day was the fact that the 'free' Wi-Fi in the hotel costed 12 AED for 1 hour! So a bunch of us went back to my room and watched The Fresh Prince until 1 AM.
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