Emirates Concorde Hotel & Residence
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Breakfast consisted of porridge in the room, a welcome change from our gluttonous behavior at the buffets. KC and I left the kids in the room to do homework while we went to the 45th floor gym. The gym looked out onto the Persian Gulf. The windows were filthy as Dubai had just experienced one of their worst wind storms, Haboobs in years. One taxi driver said you could not see the car in front of you.
Around noon took a ...
... arriving more than six hours ahead of "regular" check in time. After thanking the wonderful girl at the front desk profusely we headed up to our room and ordered some room service breakfast, mostly for the coffee and proceeded to shower and get ready for our day.
It still really hadn’t hit us that we were in Dubai but thanks to the showers and a couple cups of coffee, we settled into our pre-scheduled city tour and began to take it all in. Our tour began ...
... to get on the flight and Blaine was sitting next to me on the plane. One second he was full of life and the next minute he basically died. Slavering all over himself and almost breaking his own neck amused me for the hour flight back to dubai. We hadnt flown emirates which meant we went to the other older terminal where the immigration ques are horrible. Everyone left me ask they had their e-gate cards. Wasnt actually bothered as it gave me 50 minutes of peace just standing ...
... Colin at 330am, Tom and Helene came as well. I'm going to miss those guys so much, they made my time in Sydney amazing and I don't think I will ever be able to properly thank them. The flight went off on time and I did manage to get around 4/5 hours of sleep. When I was awake I watched a few films, One chance (Paul Potts story) Begin Again, Believe (never heard about this before but it was about Sir Matt Busby) and Let's be Cops. They were ...
... first thing we saw was the sign to see the gold. We went to different shops and saw many different things but mostly the kandura after going in loads of shops, so my dad could bartar prices on the kandura and some pretty dresses and hijab for my baby sister and I in our favourite colours and a dress for my mum.
After having lunch and exploring the zouks, went to take the water taxi, its a small boat which travels from one side of the Dubai ...