Coral Oriental Dubai
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... my calculator from my phone and did the coverstion real quick to see how much we spent for the photo. I should have done this before we agreed because the photo price converted into $65 US!!
**Quick conversion lesson: About $3.5 Durham equals $1 US. I was still thinking in my head Indian Rupees which is about $65 Rupees to $1 US. That is quite the big difference. I was thinking this photo was about $4 US, but I was way off!!!
So I told Jaime that ...
... We landed in Dubai, went through security, and had a couple hours to kill before our flight to Seattle. So we wandered around B terminal. Most of the shops were duty free, and Karen/Bryan bought some Kindred eggs from one of them. Those are the hollow chocolate eggs with a toy inside. We bought them for the plane ride. We also scavenged for samples. We didn't mean to but sorta happened as we walked around. We tasted some ...
... option. It also gave us a chance to talk to a local. The mall was 4 stories and very clean and upscale. It reminded me of King of Prussia mall but with only high end stores. Surprisingly the mall had mostly American and European brands. They had boba (bubble tea) shop but the place was called Booba. And then the guy gave us a free sample blueberry and strawberry fruit tea with mango jelly. Too sweet for me (I like 0% sugar) but nice of ...
Over the years many people have told me about how they go for example back to the UK from Australia quite regularly for Christmas etc. and at the end of their story they always make a statement along the lines of "but I hate flying".
The thing for me is I love flying, it gives me such a rush and I'm always excited when going to the airport as i can't wait to get into the air. The idea that I would be flying for 14 hours was exciting. I also know that ...
... if they could see a pair of bare Australian arms!
The two landmarks I was told I had to see were the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, and the Dubai Mall. Apparently a reservation is necessary to get into the Burj so viewing it externally was all I had time for. It certainly dominates the "new" city skyline. The Dubai Mall blew me away; its size and elegance, every boutique label in the commercial world must ...