Cristal Hotel Abu Dhabi
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... me to take her reins, and took my camera and started taking pictures of me.
The mother camel remained totally calm (calmer than I was) and looked at me, apparently just curious. She gently brushed her muzzle against my arm and I felt her soft facial hair. That was our only direct contact.
The baby stayed on her other side, away from me, but also didn’t seem bothered by my presence.
Of course, the ...
... hold as we hurtled downward, swinging between the man made rock formations and thinking we were bound to hit one! Thankfully it was soon over and as it stopped John dared a glance over to see if Rhianwyn had used her gun, but judging by the white knuckles and shocked look, she had not! Stepping off our legs were like jelly and we were laughing with relief and the joy of being alive. "You would like another go?" Said ...
... Jiu Jitsu Team is very prestigious. The UAE has approximately 30,000 children, grades 3 to 9, participating in Jiu-Jitsu as part of the school curriculum. Similar to my program at Donnan, albeit slightly larger! I was able to have a conversation with the head instructor at Palm Sports (which is the company contracted by Sheikh Tahoon to run the BJJ instruction in the school system) and he explained how the Jiu-Jitsu programs in the UAE schools are organized as a pyramid ...
... their government to the point that you could predict the rise of a future fascist despot, but the leaders so far have avoided that due to the happiness of the masses and a certain level of personal freedom that is allowed. So for National Day, the Maseratis, BMWs, Porsches, and other expensive cars cruised down the Corniche, the beachfront avenue, in a parade of wealth and hero-worship. Kids were sitting on roofs, sticking out of windows, waving flags, and cranking Arabic music. ...
... enjoyed all the screaming of the girls in the car (it was myself, Erin, 2 Scottish girls, and a German girl). We visited a camel farm and then at the Bedouin camp we rode camels, got henna tattoo's done, slid down dunes, and had a gorgeous traditional Arabic meal with really good hummus. The star gazing wasn't ideal due to a cloudy night (a rarity in Abu Dhabi according to Jo) and we made it home in one piece. Tuesday we had to fly back to India, but before we left, ...