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It all started so well. Small rucksack packed with only for essentials for the day we arrived at Wild Wadi and immediately hit the rides. As a bit of a woose on scary rides it was time to face my fears if the kids were to get anything out of today so immediately found the lazy river ride to break us in gently. At least I thought it was the lazy river. After a short gentle meander we were suddenly gripped by a strong current ...
... the 'At The Top Tour', going up the tallest building in the world - the Burj Khalifa. The Burj Khalifa has 163 floors, but the observation deck is at 124, which I can assure you is definitely high enough to c**p your pants when looking down. The lift that takes you to the top goes up 10 metres per second!! The views 'At The top' were spectacular with an external viewing deck to make things more exciting. We stayed to watch the sunset over the sea - breathtakingly ...
... nicely so not much opportunity to walk out on the street. Too hot out there anyway.
We did get down to the "Creek" area which was much more interesting with lovely old taxi boats crossing from one side to the other. Found a lovely restaurant right by the water where we had dinner at 3.30 pm - yes, still jetlagged! Humus was amazing, Jon's hot spicy fish soup also excellent, my beef kebab was OK - tasty but a ...
We weren't sure about this stopover but in retrospect it has been fantastic. It is a country that confronts every one of your senses, sometimes all at once. Staying where we did meant we weren't in the tourist section but instead right in the middle of life. Our hotel was surrounded by shops with many, many levels of apartments above. There was washing hanging over verandah railings and on clothes lines. The people we came across worked long hours ...
... will be a long day. Six hours to Milan and a three hour train to Monterossa on the Cinque Terre. Not sure what we are in for here with accommodation. I keep getting images of Manuel and Faulty Towers. I think Tuesday may be a rest day. Arrived in Monterossa and have met Manuel!! Thirteen hours of traveling. met two lovely American ladies in our four hours of ttrain rides. From New York and interior designers. Ali's ...
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