BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana - Dubai
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... tour will continue and we enjoy a bumping ride over sand dunes. It was a lot of fun and scary at times. Then................. Our tour got cut short :( we did the sand dune bit and took some great photos of a bogged car and the sunset but the camp got destroyed in the sand storm so no food for us. With sand in our eyes and teeth and everywhere else we have to find somewhere for dinner. All this with a flight home tomorrow looming in ...
... in length, 20 metres in width and also 11 metres in height. This tank also had one on the largest viewing panels in the world, it was 32.8 metres wide and 8.3 metres high. The tank was an incredible sight. There were over 80 different species in the tank as well as 400 rays and sharks combined.
After the viewing panel I moved onto the walk through tunnel. The tunnel was an amazing ...
... so that we could get ready for an early morning pick up for the airport and Africa. every time I think of this part of the trip, I want to sing the song “Africa” by Toto.
“It's gonna take a lot to get me away from you,
There's nothing that a hundred men or more could ever do,
I bless the rains down in Africa,
Gonna take some time to do the things we never haaaaa—aaa---aaad—
... and the taxi driver told us about live in Greece. The government has run out of money, all the construction in the country has stopped and therefore the unemployment is massive. The taxi driver was a builder and can't find any other work and so drove taxi. He is worried that his children, like so many others, will leave Greece to look for work elsewhere. We had a bit of a rush to make our flight. Although we were at the airport early ...
... to look at a few other buildings (I am traveling with students from the Architecture, Construction and Interior Design programs after all) and then to the Gold Souq by way of a water taxi down Dubai Creek. Again, reminding me so much of Venice! While at the Souq, I was very thankful to have Matt to navigate the allies because after a while, they all start to look the same. I see now why teams on The Amazing Race had trouble here!! A few of the ...