BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana - Dubai
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... centre, so that I could use the wifi and work out what to do next. Though when I sat down for a cuppa, I realised that doing anything else would mean taking more money out... This had been an expensive start to my trip! So all that was left to do was sit and watch some Ted talks, have a Skype, and nurse my brew for as long as I could make it last.
At 1am I got a taxi over to the airport, and settled in for 6 hours of trying to keep myself awake. Luckily, within five ...
Blue Route on Hop-On-Hop-Off Bus * >500 mosques * air conditioned bus stops * Burj Khalifa 828 m; most expensive sq mile on the planet; 160 floors; Armani Hotel * Mercato - Italian themed shopping centre * can be 48 degrees summer; down to 8 in "winter" * J W Marriott tallest hotel * Jumeirah Beach Park 32 acres * The World - man made in shape of world map * 1966 oil discovered; only 7% now of ...
... where the artists are more than happy to tell you about their trade. It is fascinating to hear--and see--about the rug weaving, products from camel milk, spice trade, painting from coffee, leather trade, camel bone boxes, etc. Everyone is very friendly. There are a lot of friendly people in Dubai and, mostly, people from other countries.
Some things they do not have in Dubai:
1. Trash: really, I've looked
2. Homeless people: not a one
3. Bars ...
... and some yummy BBQ food to be had. You could also have henna tattoo, smoke shisha, try on traditional outfits and ride a camel! Regrettably, we missed out on all this because we got sidetracked talking to an English couple. I absolutely loved this experience and would recommend it to anyone! Just next time I will make sure I don't miss out on the extra experiences at the end. On day 2 we went to Atlantis the palm, Aquaventure water park. This is a ...
... Pavlina Tarabova and Katie Blewitt, who are Global Sales Managers with Marriott, and Ahmed Moneim, a Procurement Manager for Microsoft and Julia Sullivan, Business Travel Manager for Shell. I enjoyed talking with the group and learning about their careers. They were all interesting to talk to and gave us all great advice on embracing the culture you are in, and on the importance of networking.
It was such an amazing day of unique sites and meetings.