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... temporary nomad existence while it still last! So off to Burj Al Arab for a bit of a luxurious breakfast at the famous hotel. It's tough on the wallet but easy on the eyes and very very delicious so I guess that makes it heavy on the thighs too! The hotel was very flashy and bling with lots of gold plated designs and paintings. It did remind me of being in Vegas and the staff were very friendly. After a two hour brunch, we decided to head to the Palm ...
... test runs around the apartment and its fab!
Even I can fly it ��.
We hit the beach and as always Dubai never fails! The beach
was super soft sand, hot hot hot, and the water was to die for! This was the
only sea I actually loved, and when u walked into the water it felt like a
really warm bath. With the water being so clear that u could see the smallest shell
in front of you. Lying down looking out to ...
... harry, get taken for a lovely meal by mums mate marylin, have lunch and look round the insane Dubai mall with Lauren and find a cool little bar that we love.
So first impressions of Dubai.. Love it. And can't wait to go back. What i really like is no matter how glam it gets and how many big western brands are there you can really see and feel the local culture. Definately my kind of place. And the lady taxis at the airport are a cute touch too.
... to learn new things and cultures. I love it. We were collected at 9am and as it turns out we were the only couple with our driver in his car so that was a pleasant surprise. We chatted a lot about the differences between the 2 states/ emirates and the sheiks that are the leaders. The Abu Dhabi sheik, leader of that state is also the leader of the total United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the Sheik of Dubai is the leader for the state of Dubai but also the ...
... Susan's 50th Birthday present. Getting out anywhere is really funny as everywhere is inside and air conditioned so the streets seem bare, the shops face inward and it almost seems like a ghost town. You need to find the entrances to anything but once you are in there are whole new worlds to discover. We found the gold souk and immediately went to the same shop we bought jewellery last time. They had a nice range but we decided to take a look around . The ...
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