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Well we've been on the road now for a couple of days and have been having a lovely relaxing time in Duabi with my good friends Emma and Matt (Matt's in Austria though at the moment) as well as Adelaide and Oliver. So great to catch up and see the kids after so many years.
Mum and I have done a few touristy things while Emma has been at work earlier in the week and ...
The past few weeks, while Mike has been away in "America" (as the locals say), I've managed to stay busy. I did end up horseback riding with colleagues, which was awesome! I also checked out the beach one day and have been trying out loads of new food and restaurants with friends. One of my favorite meals was at a colleague's home for a traditional Algerian dinner with the whole family.
As you know, Mike and I have always ...
... world’s most luxurious hotel – Burj al Arab and met the General Manager who took us through a wonderful tour around the “gold-plated” hotel structure and we got to see the presidential suite and he also told us his story about how he climbed the career ladder. Now he is in a role where he does not just represent the hotel but the country in itself and that for me was so inspiring. That’s when I learnt to “Never give ...
... observation deck on floor 148 is the highest observation deck in the world. It's more expensive to go to floor 148, but you get to by pass the line and they give you some snacks and juice. They also had more availability for viewing times, as the floor 124 is more popular and was partially sold out. We got to where we had to show our tickets and get in line and they'd took us into this little room off to the side, where we were given drinks and snacks. VIP treatment! The snacks ...
... tops and mini skirts. I guess I wasn't looking the Versace, Armani, or Dolce and Gabbana stores close enough the other day. The women will take off their coverings at private gatherings with lady friends but wear the robe in public and in the presence of men. I heard that weddings are literally like the red carpet in Hollywood, but of course hidden under robes and only seen by women in private rooms.