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... in the last 5 years tops. Which is amazing if you think about it. There are malls all over the city. They have an annual shopping festival here so it's really no surprise there are malls everywhere. We got off at a mall that was styled in the traditional Arabic style. It was supposed to be representative of what life was previously like in the Arabian desert and along the Dubai creek. It really felt like you were walking down a street with small shops along each side. As we ...
... killed, they are now controlled by "robot jockies," an electronic device on the camel's back that spins a small whip to get the beast to run faster. Apparently camel racing is the national sport here and, judging by the number of camels we saw training, it is a massive sport.
At the Nature Preserve, the evening began with a desert drive in beautifully restored 1950s era Land Rovers which took ...
... reminds me fo the futuristic city in Blade Runner. Lots of tall buildings where the architects were allowed to let their imaginations run wild.
We visited the mall that has the indoor ski run - we will give it a try next week - and had a quick tour of the city. Once the girls came home from school we headed to the marina area for supper and a walk along the waterfront.
I promised Sarah that I would ...
... it's fascinating. Maybe they just feel a sense of relief, like ahhh good it's not us this time. In Korea they loved Valkyrie. In Mexico "The Talented Mr Ripley" has a strange popularity. At least that is my take. I've heard Blacks in America say they like to watch white guys beat the **** out of each other in hockey matches. This kind of sentiment is out there in the types of cultural things non-whites of the world enjoy. And white people are almost ...
... no wandering around getting hot and sticky like before! Among all the shops, eateries and anything else you can think of it, it's also home to the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. 80 AED will get you basic access but the ticket prices rise to the thousands if you want to go diving in one of the largest salt water aquariums in the world. It has a tunnel running through it that is 50 meters long! The main viewing panel holds the title of the largest in the world at ...