Coral Oriental Dubai
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... really hit the spot. We did realize though the just like the locations back home, the portions were absolutely out of control and we felt like we could barely make a dent in the food that they brought to us. After lunch we continued to explore for the rest of the day, making it out to the fountain (the biggest in the world of course) below the Burj Khalifa for the water show that took place each night.
On our third day in the United Arab Emirates we had ...
... the best white I have had ever, even at $1160 AED, which equates to approx $350 AUD. ****in expensive anyhow and drank the whole bottle. The view was absolutely amazing over the Palm and The World. Fast running out of Aussie smokes, we purchased two packets, 1 B&H Special Filter and Rothmans. Both agreed to buy Rothmans which with 2 lighters was $56.00 AED, which is $18.00 AUD, which is bloody ...
How time flies. We are now waiting in our hotel for our 3:30 a.m. flight home. It s currently 18:10.
We left the ship on Tuesday, spending the night in Rome. We flew to Dubai on Wednesday. arriving early Thursday morning. Our room was booked for 48 ...
... and sharing their stories with me. The lady who operated the cash register would join in our conversation but seemed shy to talk about herself.
We were collected early afternoon for a Dubai City Tour. The weather was unbelievably humid and we all had sweat dripping off us. We saw many sights such as the Dubai Museum, government buildings, Souk Markets and took a ride on a water taxi. Toby had his sunglasses stolen by a ...
... at this point had walked about 3km in 40 degrees lol insane I know - in total for the day we walked about 6.5km!!)
We headed back to the train station and thought we'd make the most of our ticket and travel as far as the line could go - furtherest point was a place called Jebel Ali. It's funny, once you get away from what I guess you call the 'main' city suburbs... You then travel through desert and then plop another little suburb with ...