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... in sleeveless dresses.
We made our way to the California Pizza Kitchen for supper. We were fortunate to find out it was situated with a view of the insane water fountain at the base of the Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. If what Dubai is planning to do comes to fruition, Las Vegas will look like Beausejour by comparison. After supper we trailed Ava and Jack through the mall as they shopped then taxied to our ...
... to have basic city infrastructure like grocery stores and schools built on the island. That means if you need to get some milk or a fresh carton of OJ you have to drive a minimum of twenty minutes off the island to get into the closest stores. It’s obvious that the islands were not really designed for real everyday living.
The crowned jewel of the Palm Islands and our next stop on the tour was the Atlantis Hotel. Owned by the same company and ...
... together three years ago and insisted that everyone really tried to attend as some worked out of Dubai etc., Steve was expecting 16 in total. The menu again had an English theme, David and I had fish, chips and mushy peas then David had jam roly poly and birds custard, I had sherry trifle. Obviously the light changed as we were having our brunch and the vista was amazing. All the lights were coming on in the skyscrapers, the yachts ...
Today we took the water taxi across Dubai creek and then cruised along the creek on an old Arab dhow. chilled by the rooftop pool in the afternoon an watched the sunset over downtown Dubai - beautiful. Left for the airport to get our flight to Adelaide at ...
... Unfortunately the voucher also didn't include alcoholic beverages so we sipped a few samples at duty free and used the voucher on a snack and a coffee. On the plane the 6 hours went pretty slowly but eventually we arrived in Dubai. Here we got hopelessly lost in the airport trying to find our was to duty free - the airport was massive, we had to get a train just to collect our baggage! We then caught the metro to Al Rigga station which was 200m from our hotel. We emerged from ...