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... to keep the heat out and it works. We were shown to our room which was traditionally decorated with dark wooden furniture, and spacious too. The bed was huge and super comfy. It was at this point that I was very glad we hadn't chosen to stay in any of the concrete and glass tower block hotels we had passed on the way in, here we knew we had arrived in the Middle East, the other hotels, as nice as they probably are, could have been anywhere in the ...
... mall in the world. (It attracted more visitors than New York City with over 52 million tourists in 2012, and Los Angeles with 41 million. It also had more than 1200 shops.) The mall was quite amazing by its size and modern look as well as the big visual attractions inside like the 3 story high waterfall at one end. It also has a large indoor skating ...
... We called it a night, I really can't quite remember what time but not super later. Maybe 11pm or something? A few of the group kicked on, and found a great club here in our hotel (really, it's more of a palace), and by the looks of some of them the next morning I'm glad we'd left before the club was found!
Saturday morning Daniel was up early as they had to leave by 6.30am to go play golf with the boys. At this point I think Daniel was also pretty pleased he'd not been out ...
... both the Bible and the Koran both in various ways continue to be misused to elevate men as Sovereigns and keep women in “their place”. Part of being free is being able to say, as Sharee did, this is not okay, you do not speak for God, this is not the way things ought to be, and bravely commit to another path. Her brave journey as a young Iranian, muslim woman living under and ultimately freeing herself from the ...
... on the Red Route and we made the most of many opportunities to indulge in tradition and culture. The places which we spent time at were, Spice Souk - Very quiet as we were there on a Friday morning (Holy Day). We saw a few spice shops selling everything from garlic to saffron. Wafi - A very modern and sterile shopping mall which attempts to create a traditional vibe. Creek Park - Opposite the Dubai Creek Golf Club, the park is a ...