Al Hamra Plaza Residence Abu Dhabi
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- Swimming pool
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We hope that as you read our daily posts there is a world map at your side. This morning we docked in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The UAE is a federation of seven small, separate kingdoms or emirates. Each emirate is ruled by an absolute monarch called an emir. We toured 3 of those emirates; Dubai, Sharjah and Ajman. The temperature today was 95 degrees. The UAE is a fabulously wealthy area that ...
... allowed by Big Bus Tours. That is to say you can get down and get in at any moment you fancy. Your ticket also lets you enter Sky Tower at Marina Mall free of charge. You can purchase the tickets from any hotel you stay. Eastern Mangroves Hotel & Spa by Anantara is a convenient hotel if you look for 5 Star Hotels Abu Dhabi. Else, you can purchase tickets online too. You can otherwise buy a ticket at the Big Bus sales desk at Marina ...
... home the way we planned. At least we have finally shaken the fear of the forgotten; its way too late to care any more and by now the semi permanent knot that had taken residence in my stomach in the last week of preparations has eased and I think I might just be relaxing enough to start enjoying the journey ahead; and as Greg says "Australia is not the only place we can buy things from", except perhaps the Vegemite, but fortunately we didn't forget that. Til next ...
... all over the world, the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque is open to non-muslims. There are some rules that must be strictly obeyed though!
-Ladies have to wear an abaya (black robe and headress)
-Men who are wearing shorts above the knee, sleeveless shirts and/or have visible tattoos must wear a kandura.
-Slippers and shoes are not allowed inside
P.S. My bag arrived and I have my clothes...otherwise I was leaving with my Kandura!
... finding Kirsty's shoes. We did find a hypermarket though, and in here Kirsty bought some cheap flip flops to keep her going for the time being. We also bought some items so that we could cook using the kitchen in the apartment, again something else that we haven't been able to do for some time. My cooking skills (if you can call them that!) came flooding back to me despite having been eating out every night for months, and I rustled up some pasta and sauce for ...