Ascot Hotel Apartment
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... She is from Anchorage. She has worked in Antartica. How cool is that. She says all these places are like small towns and need people for banking, postal services, freight services, etc. She said you can always get a job. She has decided that she needs to make some money for her retirement. If she works in Dubai, she will only have to pay 6% taxes on her income vs 30% in the US, and she will save $30,000.00 in housing. One small ...
This morning we are sad to be leaving Paris, but excited to be going home to see our beagles. We woke up, got ourselves ready, backed our bags, and took one last look at the Eiffel Tower from our balcony *sigh* The weather was perfect, which made it even harder to say goodbye to Paris. We took a taxi to the airport, and then the fun started. Alban had told us that CDG airport (the main one in ...
... off at #36 - Dubai Marine and Dad made us walk in the boiling sun to get a glimpse of the The Palm Jumeirah. We finally got to the beach and we all just want to dive into the sea in our clothes. Mum wouldn't let us so we just paddled around - but Brigitte still managed to get her shorts wet. After that we walked back to to the Metro. Brigitte was so hot she thought she was dying so we had to stop and get a drink. Eventually we got back to the Metro and then went ...
... to find it didn't open until 10am!
Now this mall is insane - seriously huge. ( so is Burj Khalifa - that building is so big I struggled to even get it in the photo properly lol) Has an indoor ice skating rink, aquarium, it's own dinosaur fossil, and a massive water fall.
However we did learn the hard way - that it has a dress code too. Dubai as you know is an Arab country, but they aren't usually too fussed on what tourists wear....but Dubai ...
... possible and still be comfortable. Oh and we can't forget the 10pillows on the bed. (After staying in hostels were you get one tiny pillow this was a luxury in itself). We were looking forward to our two nights here. Over the next two days we packed in the museum, the fashion street, jewellery street, a camel ride, 4wd sand dunes trip, traditional cultural dinner and dance, henna tattoos, and another trip to the giant Dubai mall : ) Over all a FANTASTIC trip to ...