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... lack of power most people ride Maliboos or Mini Mals, the minority of us who ride Shortboards, we either ride fishes or boards with alot of buoyancy to paddle us into the smaller waves ,there is a few bodyboarders in the line up, also a lot more girls are starting to learn to surf in Dubai which is great to see!! The surf industry is strating to take off here with more and more people getting involved, the sad thing is the we only have one surf shop here, ...
Well all our months of planning and exploring are nearing to an end. We fly out of Dubai early am for home; I am looking forward to my own bed. Joel and I went up the Burj Khalifa this afternoon the tallest tower in the world! A very quick lift trip where you barely feel as though you have moved except the ears popping. We got off at the ...
... Italian. Occasionally there was a kebab shop
(usually empty), I saw one Chinese, one South American, and only two McDonalds
in 3 weeks.
-generally people are very courteous and most speak at
least a little English.
- we found garlic bread on the menu only at the last
restaurant we dined at.
- no prawns.
- road engineers do not go around hills or mountains. They
will simply tunnel through them or build high bridges across valleys ...
... tan before a mid-day excursion to the tallest man-made structure in the world, The Burg Khalifa. The view from the top can only be described as breathtaking, as you can see the vast expanse of Dubai from the man-made world islands, to the sky-scrapers and structures of the city areas, before the city limits disappear into the desert
At the base of The Burg, there are fountains ...
In Canada and most other parts of the world, Sunday is known as the day of rest, however due to the fact that Friday is the holy day in the Muslim faith, Sunday is the first day of the work week and thus Saturday is the equivalent of a Sunday. In wanting to immerse myself in all aspects of the surrounding culture, I made my Saturday a true day of rest.
I slept for a total of 11 and a half hours and was only awoken at 9:30am by a phone call from the front ...