Coral Oriental Dubai
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... snappies to prove I at least got to the entrance. On the return walk I stopped to have some Perrier water and cookies and got talking to some workers like council street cleaners and gardeners. They worked from 3 in the morning until 3 in the afternoon and in very broken English (there's not mine) we had a chat that ended in me giving them 2 apples and all the choc chip cookies I had. It did marvels for Australian relations but I have a ...
... so was having to do do Dubai on the fly via google. Pete was aware that the original airport for Dubai was in neighbouring Sharjah, so we decided to head there. It was built in the early 30's when Imperial Airways started it's airmail landplane service through to the outposts of the Empire. A runway was built and a "fort" like terminal building, with motel ...
... to catch. We knew that those signs weren’t at all of the bus stops but that was a really good sign it was going to stop here. This time after sitting in this shelter for about 15 mins the bus did arrive and it did stop and we did get on, yaaay the only problem was that we were both exhausted to shithouse and pretty much just wanted to go home. We stayed on the bus for the tour of the Palm Jumeriah, it was pretty amazing hearing some of the facts ...
- Only “native” people can be citizens of the UAE provided prove a direct lineage to a “native”.
- Sadly, there are many children born with Down Syndrome amongst “native” people due to them marrying family members
- Ex-pats can never be citizens, nor children of ex-pats born in the UAE
- Ex-pats have to pay for medical, housing, health insurance, education etc ...
... Donut and Krispy Kreme cafes, an African grill, unwelcoming authentic French restaurants, frozen yoghurt stores and a 'something for everyone' food court.
Just remember which of the three million exits you need to leave from to find your car, bus or taxi. It took pestering 4 security guards, 3 customer service desks and one valet worker (and 1.5 hours of my life!) to track down where to get the bus back to the Emirares village. Customer service minus the service.