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... a clear impression of how complex but well-organized the Dubai road network is.
I enjoyed the sight for around half an hour, took a look in the souvenir store and then walked around one more time in the Dubai Mall.
At around 4 p.m., I decided to go back to the airport and enjoy the comfort of a nice cappuccino and some free Wi-Fi to start writing my first blog post. Right now, I just started my new ...
... vibrant souks.
We had Photo stops at
* Burj Al Arab
* The beach
* Jumeirah Mosque
* Zabeel Palaces
Burj Al Arab is the world’s only seven-star hotel and its construction has been an icon for Dubai. Despite the many new fancy hotels, the Burj Al Arab still has a lure and is on the recommended list of many ...
... was not what I was expecting, to be truthful neither of us have done any research on Dubai so we had nothing planned. What can I say it's a mall, big place with shops and restaurants, none of the tat shops in the Metro Centre and some very expensive shops but still just a big building with shops. We go out to the fountain which puts on a show every thirty minutes for 5 minutes and it was good, some bits didn't really match the music but it's ...
... lots of restaurants with seats on the balcony, but these were all long reserved, so we stood on the terrace and watched the spectacular fountain show, which is on every evening until 10pm, and changes songs each time. After that it was dinner at a lovely wee Lebanese restaurant, where to have water you bought it by the massive bottle. By this stage jet lag and gotten the better of us, so it was off to bed for a long sleep before heading out to Al Maha the next day.... Exciting!
... when the camel stands up and you're flung forwards before it get's up on all 4's! We had a right giggle all the way round the course. Best £2 each we ever spent. After the camels (and all over body wash with antibacteria gel) we stopped at inflatable chutes, and then on to hire a 4 person pedal bike. At this point I should maybe mention the luggage we're carrying. 2 babies, 2 prams, 1 handbag and 3 plastic bags ...