BurJuman Arjaan by Rotana - Dubai
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Depart Sat 20 Feb 2016 at 09:40 from Kochi International Airport (COK)
Arrive Sat 20 Feb 2016 at 12:10 at Dubai International Airport (DXB) 3
04 hr 00 min
AED 350.00 Nett per car per way for Airport Pick up (Terminal 3)
AED 300.00 Nett for Airport Drop Off (Terminals 3)
... food courts, and any store you could ever dream of from high end Tiffany's, to lower end H & M. There were definitely a lot of tourists here, but also a lot of locals.
We finally found the place to sign up for the bus tour, which was a hop-on hop-off sort of deal. We got two ticket and hopped on the bus which took us for a ride around the different parts of the city.
The skyline of Dubai is ridiculously amazing. Even more impressive than ...
... that company. So much better than taxis in Dubai. Dubai airport was easy since we had our boarding passes already from when we checked in at SFO. But after we went through the gate they made us wait in the boarding area for about 30min and then we took a bus to our plane. The plane was half empty and delayed due to haze. We got served dinner on the plane and then I passed out for the rest of the flight. Once we landed in Dar and got off the plane, it smelled ...
... And even taking the metro doesn’t really work as it basically follows the main road down the coast and it would still be a fair hike from each station to each attraction ( like 10km out to Atlantis Marina on “The Palm” although there is a mono rail now part of the way). Everything is just so spread out.
All the cities are concrete jungles but some of the architecture of the TALL buildings is amazing and quite mind blowing. ...
... for both men and women but also things like why woman get segregated from men. As she was explaining the concepts she was using analogies to compare arabic culture with western culture and it all made alot of sense.
The big thing I took away from all this is that alot of what we (westerners) think of as "Muslim practices" is way more cultural than religious and alot of what we think we know ...