Avari Hotel Apartments Al Barsha
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... window! We landed in Dubai about 8am. By the time we changed terminals and found our new departure gate it was almost time to check in again. However, the boarding was incredibly slow and we ended up leaving half an hour late again at 11am Dubai time which was 5pm Brisbane ...
... to hit up Ibn Battuta Mall, since it was the closest to the end of the line. I still got to the mall an hour before the shops opened, but the actual mall was open, so I decided to walk around some. Each area of the mall is designed to match a theme. There were all kinds of themes in this mall from Egyptian to Persian to Indian to Chinese. I was wondering why there were so many themes and then I saw a poster outlining Ibn Battuta's travels, and how he went through all these places. ...
The flight from Cairns to Brisbane was very delayed - we landed with 35 minutes before the next flight and were given taxi vouchers to get us to the International terminal. The flight landed at a satellite gate - a long walk to the taxi rank - then we had to queue for a taxi. Finally reached the International terminal and were rushed through security and passport ...
... they did have normal ones in other cubicles). My Aunty picked me up as I am staying with then while I am here. The drive seemed like ages despite their speed limit being 120km. They live in a gated community and there is somebody monitoring the gate in a little box 24/7 so it feels very safe here. Nothing much else to report until the sightseeing ...
... in March :) Maybe he'll get the travel bug too! From the air I realize I literally just came from somewhere in the middle of the desert. When you're in Dubai (and fly in in the middle of the night) you don't really realize that you're surrounded by sand as well as countries like Iraq and Saudi Arabia. Dubai is like a melting pot of tons of different ethnicities and it feels like you could be anywhere in the world. ...