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... worth it and we can find pics online of the views :p. We went to TGIF to grab a drink and watch the fountains since that was the flight attendant's recommendation. It was 1:15pm but the show plays every half hour starting at 1pm, so we were lucky. However this TGIF did not have a liquor license so drinks were all virgin. Mainly we wanted refreshing drinks, so as long as we got cold drinks we were good. We watched the show, which lasted about 2min, and wasn't ...
After waking from a good sleep, feeling refreshed I looked at the time and learned although my phone was on Dubai time, my iPad was still showing Perth time and hence I woke Ross believing we had only 10 minutes to get down to breakfast. Thankfully it was just 6am, cuddles !! A different breakfast of the usual cereals, toast, juice and some local dishes that felt odd to have ...
... some water to quench the thirst but had to go to the toilets to drink hidden away! Checked out the Ski slope in the mall - everything here is big and looks expensive. We then viewed the Burj Al Arab (7star hotel) from the souk Madinat Jumeriah and then headed to Atlantis Palm Island. Amazing aquarium there with so many fish to view! We were able to get something to eat and drink here but had to go behind curtains out from view! The monorail provided a great view of ...
... Emirati dance. Whilst there we met a cool couple who was on their 25 year anniversary trip and it was nice as honeymooners to sit next to them and chat away. The day was long. We got dropped off at 9:30 pm. We arrived at the hotel when we hear a knock on our door. It's room service with a tray. The man leaves our room and we see it's a happy honeymoon cake. Not good for our diet but man we sure did enjoy the cake. This honeymoon card is amazing. Might keep using it even when we get home ...
... although its berths were each pressed into use as soon as they had been built. Port Rashid was to be further expanded in 1975 to add a further 35 berths before the larger port of Jebel Ali was constructed.
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