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... chandelier shaped a bit like a pineapple, lots of marble everywhere, a kind of mosaic type art work installation above the revolving doors that is supposed to be a map of Dubai... And there's an indoor rainforest. It's amazing. Complete with running stream, bridges, carp, ponds, lily pads. It all certainly looks a lot healthier than the vegetation outside.
We got to sit and eat our breakfast right beside the stream of the rainforest. It was very novel ...
... 8217;s ok because it comes off….besides no one will get to see it… now your imagination is working isn’t it. It’s on my arm and its winter at home so I’ll have my jumper on J.
We were guided into a fenced area where there was the lady doing the henna tattoos, in another area were men smoking sheesha…no Geoff didn’t try it. It is said that most men smoke it for about an hour and it’s the same as smoking ...
... of Dubai were hot, steamy metropolis. Our Hotel was a blessed haven and we rested for a couple of hours before heading off to see the Spice and Gold Souk. We could have spent three or four hours here but as we walked around we could see other tourists who were also dying with the heat. As you walk across the road the asphalt nearly melts your legs from the knees down. It is hard to describe how intense the heat is. I now understand why a dog pants to keep cool as I was nearly ...
... much all we had time and energy for. If we had longer we might have ventured to older areas of the city but all in all Dubai wasn't the place for us. We headed back to the hotel, had some food on the way and caught the last train to the airport at 11.30pm. After 2 successive night flights in such a short period the wait in the airport for our 2.50am flight was painfully slow but we knew this would be our last night flight for a long time. Next destination Tokyo, ...
... to head for Sunset Beach, next door to the Burj al Arab, the world's only 7 Star hotel !!! Sitting on the beach we were able to watch guests arriving by helicopter, landing on a helipad at the top of the building. The Royal Suite will run you a mere $18,000 US per night - breakfast not included. A regular room will run you $3,000 if you book through Expedia,