Al Shams Plaza Hotel Apartments
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... Since it was already 2 a.m. when we could finally go to sleep, we decided to call it a day. The next day, Mark had to leave for work early so we said goodbye and agreed on meeting each other in Melbourne later on.
— DAY 3 —
The first two days had already been pretty exhausting thanks to all the amazing experiences and the same night I was already going to the next destination, so I ...
... 4 course Emirati dinner in authentic goat hair tents on low Bedouin tables. The dishes were mostly traditional Emirati specialties, combining flavors from the Middle East and Asia, during which some enjoyed shisha and we all watched the cultural dancing of both men and women.
After our meal, we returned to the Land Rover with our guide and journeyed through the desert back to the camp entrance and back to our Dubai hotel.
... up we bump into Polly and Becki outside the lift and the ask if we're going up to the rooftop pool. After a quick unpack and shower we're heading to the rooftop pool for a quick sunbathe a dip in the pool then back to the room for a sleep. A quick explanation of the players Polly is Phil (Philip Pollard) and he is marrying Becki, my brother is also called Phil, sometimes I will refer to Polly as Phil but never call Phil Polly. The sun is ...
... rather than individual shops... Too much Aladdin maybe! So we wandered around the area a bit, which sort of reminded me a little of areas of Thailand. We stopped in a little shop and I bought some oil perfume scented like J'adore, in cute little Arabic bottles, and we also stopped in a spice shop where there were impressive displays of spices, dried fruits and sweets - I bought some camel chocolate (which is pretty nice, but looks like weird coloured stones).
Anyone who's followed this blog since the beginning will know that we're fans of the open top bus. A city without an open top bus route is just not a city worth visiting, and this city has 3 routes! Today we opted for the red route which covered mostly the old original city of Dubai. We enjoyed the wind in our hair so much that we missed the stop and had to get a taxi back to Creek Park.
Creek Park is ...