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... We had tried to make a reservation to go inside for afternoon tea but had left it too late so had to settle for viewing from the outside. We continued on to Jumariah beach hotel and finally to what we thought was Jumairah mosque but which later turned out to be another random mosque. I wasn't too disappointed, I was a bit building-ed out by now. Back home we finally managed to find a hotel with a bar...on our last night! We had a well deserved drink to finish the day.
Sunday 17 Aug 14 - Arrived Dubai at 1:15pm and very quickly through immigrations and customs although the "Smart Terminal" set up for fast processing fell in a heap. We were directed to the "fast lane" to electronically scan our passports and ended up fronting a customs officer who stamped out passpors, as usual. Bureaucracy never changes !!
The change in weather from Brisbane was dramatic and hit us like a ton of bricks - 44 degrees ...
... than he can develop machinery to such a degree and secondly, that we have the natural laws of physics, that when used in the right way, seem to defy our logic on how things should work. It makes us feel in awe of our loving Creator who put the natural laws in place.
At Heathrow, the airline officer suggested that we have our suitcases checked-in to Perth, even though we were staying overnight in ...
It was such a treat to be greeted by the lovely Nancy M. upon landing at DXB. After a quick round of hugs, she whisked me into her air-conditioned vehicle and we caught up while navigating the expansive city freeways. We headed straight for Jumeirah Beach for my first glimpse of the Arabian Gulf. Since it was a relatively cool day by Dubai standards (30-ish!), the beach was packed. Luckily, ...
... exploration through the traditional afternoon tea with a smattering of modern. As this is not a true culinary tour you will need to wait until our return for the full morsel mental taste test. There is the Big Bus, hop on - hop off. You receive a set of headphones and plug in at your seat to listen to a commentary about the sights with a smattering of how the exalted ruler, the Sheik, has given the country's people the means and know how, through tax free and VAT free ...