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... Station - paid the equivalent A$3.50 rail fares and boarded the train after waiting about 4 minutes. Apparently the longest wait for a train is 7 minutes and the journeys are much faster and cheaper than Taxis.
The train was immaculate and it was a pleasure being there. We also could see much more of the countryside as we travelled along. Three stations and about 12 minutes later we were at the Emirate Mall and what a fantastic mall it is.
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... true) Mossie nets Travelling in Tuk-Tuks Actual monsoon rain, not just heavy rain. (Although we were rather lucky) Written a blog Flown Emirates Actually got sunburn that lasts longer than a day All of these meant having the confidence to try new things And I'm sure many more that I can't even think of now, not at all bad for two months, and ofcourse it goes without saying met lots off different people and made lots of new friends. GOODBYE FOR NOW SRI LANKA. ...
... yoghurt. Headed off to the tallest building in Dubai. Also Dubai's major mall. Spent about 5 hours walking around. Then to the gold souk. Den bought Jen 2 gold dress rings. Very beautiful they are. Back to hotel and a few drinks. Den fast asleep and Jen typing on TRAVELPOD. 1 more sleep and then to Dublin. Meet ...
... off. I could've still made it. There was not even an apology. Yet anti fragility overcame my annoyance: that's one-day all paid stop-over in Dubai!
Took advantage of course of the opportunity.
Upon check-in, I was given meal vouchers. I did not realise the meals were all buffet. At breakfast, I got acquainted with other passengers who missed their connecting flight as well. All of them bound for Ireland.
First evening, went to Dubai marina, had a great Chinese meal and walked around the marina, really nice area. Back to the hotel bar for a few drinks as alcohol isn't served in public places! Second day, went to the burj khalifa which is the worlds tallest building. It is huge! Miles taller than anything around it anywhere. Great views from ...