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Went and had a walk down at the seafront and had a bite to eat at rotana - saw dubais version of donkey rides on the beach
... and were hit by a strength of heat which I had rarely felt before. It was the equivalent to having a hot air dryer being permanently aimed at your face. We jumped into a local taxi and found our way to the Ramada Jumeirah Hotel, that cost 55 dirham (£9). The hotel is a typical big city 'business orientated' large hotel, very clean with lots of nice little touches. Managed to send out ...
... families were out together. The mall was particularly cold compared to outside & I felt quite freezing - crazy in this hot climate! Lunch in Wafi Gourmet again & had to sit outside to thaw out! We spent our last evening on a dinner cruise on The Creek with a lovely buffet & scenic cruising for a couple of hours. There was even a short fireworks display - to celebrate our holiday! Just kidding - it was to celebrate the Eid ...
Our final day in Dubai began early because we wanted to get to the Gold and Spice Souks before the heat crossed the hell threshold. We took an abra across the Dubai Creek. This is the traditional water taxi used to cross it. Similar to Seattle’s Lake Washington, the Creek (more like a river) dominates the landscape of Dubai and also similar to Seattle, there are only a very few ways to get across, causing lots of bottleneck traffic (yeah, that’s ...
A fantastic day exploring Dubai in the Big Bus day tour. The tour covers the new and old parts of Dubai. The river cruise gives a great insight how important the river was, and still is, in Dubai. The most fantastic parts for me was exploring the 'old' Dubai, the gold souk, the spice souk and the museum. Met Pam on the ...