Cassells Hotel Apartments
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... proved to be the one that I’ll always remember.
It was the Al Ain camel market.
There weren’t just camels, but other livestock as well, such as goats and cattle.
And for all of them, you could buy tack and feed.
But the stars of the show were camels, hundreds of them.
The market was huge, with various lengths of covered paddocks, each holding as many as a dozen camels.
... and angry) asked why she wanted to sit down apparently her seat wasn't working but in the end after getting the flight attendants they took her back to her seat... Wierd I actually slept for quite a few hours which was good! We are now at the priority lounge called Al Reem and I got dad and eddy in, having a beer and salad it's great! We have had our flight delayed for an 1hr 10mins so we are here for another 3 hours until 3:40am ...
... beginning at 11a.m. We arrived just as they opened the gates and hit the first scale. The first scale is the unofficial weigh-in. This is where the athletes get to see if they're on weight. One of two things occurs after this weigh-in: If your weight is equal to or under your official weight category (which in David's case was 66.5KG), you can go upstairs and complete the official weigh-in. If you are over your official weight category, then you get to put on your sweat suit ...
... to our room, 2677. It was on the sixth floor. We overlooked a massive courtyard area containing a huge swimming pool. Decorative marble made up the floor of the room. A large rug lay under the bed, sticking out on three sides. The terrace was comfortable. The terrace furniture consisted of a small round table and two chairs.
We did not unpack. Instead, we went directly downstairs to the restaurant. We sat on the patio and enjoyed ...
... been conflicting factions and tribal cultures. The leaders in each Emirate are related and/or part of a handful of billionaire families. So another paradox of the UAE is that is decidedly socialist yet is at the same time a monarchy of the rich. Zayed was extremely progressive in his thinking. He believed in caring for the basic needs of all citizens, and prized security over democracy. He gave everyone a farm and money to start a business if they promised to keep the business going ...