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Travel Blogs from Dubai
Do not expect to much from me now. I just wanted to be in the real desert with dunes ...
... their burkas (which in this locale were decorated with gold
leaf designs, a sign of status to differentiate them from their counterparts in
just plain ole black) hopping into expensive SUVs that they collected from the
valet. Saw some crazy ****, as per usual, and then sauntered on over to the One
& Only Royal Mirage to imbibe in their rooftop bar, which was sexy as hell
with killer views, fuschia lighting, pillows everywhere and kind of like an ultra
... had seen better days that were full of cargo. They must have come from India. They were being unloaded by hand on the heads of these young men. It was quite extraordinary. There were piles of huge boxes on the quay. Each one with a fridge. No cranes, no containers just boxes and great sacks of something, it was such a contrast to the rest of Dubai with its brand new buildings.
We looked at the gold and silver plus were asked to ...
... and Stretton!
I boarded the second plane at 6.45 and it was daylight by now. This is my seventh flight!
There were lovely views of the sun coming up behind the planes on the apron. Fortunately it was another A380 and although it was a different aircraft, I was in the same seat number. It was very nice to hear an English captain as he installed a lot of confidence!! My stewardess was ...
... with some mini sausages, grilled tomato, and mushrooms, After a smooth landing and easy collection of our luggage we were taken to the Sheraton Deira hotel. A quick tour of the hotel was all Jess and Amelia needed to jump into their swimmers and be poolside for most of the day while I rested as the weather was extremely hot. At around 5.30 we went to by far the largest and busiest Dubai Mall which was swarming with people. We ...