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This is Emily (with Adele chiming in from the seat in front of me) blogging en route from Dubai to Durban. I will hand the baton off from here to my 8 travelmates ...
... and do shopping for the week. For breakfast I ordered a croissant and a freshly made coffee at Cafe Barbera. It was delicious! I then decided to go to the All Day Mini Mart to buy some groceries for the week. Both dining out and buying food at the supermarkets are reasonably cheap in Dubai. The Dubai mall ...
... salt was used as aftershave. I mean it may have been, but it smelt and looked exactly like a lump of salt! The Dhow was a great experience and extremely cheap!! 1D to cross the river. I noticed I was the only female on mine and it is used by a lot of the workers as a cheap way to get across the river, as most people opt for a taxi! Old Dubai - done!! On to Modern Dubai and the shopping malls this afternoon ( God help my bank ...
... as it is literally double the size of every other high-rise tower.
The mall really displayed the wealth of Dubai’s population; we spotted women in burqas in Versace and Gucci shopping for handbags, and everyone was really well dressed. Not going to lie, it was a bit intimidating.
It was pretty frustrating seeing some of the women tourists completely ignoring ...