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... each other are imposing and beautiful. There is an entire island built for the Princess of Oman. Given the number of yachts moored in her slip it looks like she had guests.
A helicopter landed at one of the royal properties that line the shore. The view of the Burj Al Arab (7 star hotel that we saw yesterday from the outside) was amazing, although still doesn't look as impressive as many of the other hotels.
The Palms from the outside at ground level ...
Hop on bus today, started at Kite Beach, dipped our toes in the Persian Gulf, saw an amazing Souk, wanted everything in there, then on to Palm Jumeriah, the commentary on how this resort was built was fascinating. We then had lunch at the Dubai Marina and got to see the Palms again on our way back to our hotel, so glad we did this trip today, we loved every minute of it.
... idea - the driver took us in a pretty big circle because the "road was closed". And then he tried to tell me that we should check out all these other places like Atlantis and Dubai Mall and markets (like Festival Market which Karen heard as Vegetable Market) and that he could take us there. We finally made it to the building and he tried to take us somewhere else. But we made him drop us off because we didn't trust him anymore. As we went to pay he told us he ...
... shoulders. They just pour the drinks into their shoulders. When they get lippy they have expressions they use with each other that roughly translate as, "You're talking out both sides of your shoulders."
You ever notice the movie "Snakes on a Plane" never seems to show up on the in-flight movie menu?
Invention idea. The peeable bed. Hate getting up in the middle of the night to pee. Especially on those cold nights. The peeable bed has ...
Myanmar to Abu Dhabi with a quick stopover in Qatar. I experienced two ends of the earth in less than 24 hours. Extreme poverty to opulence, Buddhist to Muslim and volunteer to family time. The best thing about arriving in Abu Dhabi was seeing the Hattons and Hattie's cheeky little face at the entrance gate anticipating my arrival (I think Auntie Ann was slightly jealous I was getting more attention). It was exciting time in Abu Dhabi with the F1 hip hop and happening. We could ...