Desert Palm Resort & Spa A PerAQUUM Retreat
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... looking to become a cultural hub of Abu Dhabi and there is a Louve (similar to Paris) being constructed as we speak. Very close to the beach is the exclusive St. Regis hotel with some lovely organic food markets - a little more upmarket than the Parkway in Frenchs Forest. - The Grand Mosque: wow,wow and more wow what a beautiful mosque with an amazing spiritual atmosphere. It was perfectly white with gold and flower tiles and of course the bling of the chandeliers inside. We ...
I'm actually writing this at 1am in Singapore, sat outside eating eggplant and friend rice in a backstreet late night cafe by my hostel, watching the occasional giant cockroach scurry past. Paradise, right? If there was ever a combination that screamed impending sickness then I think this is it.
Anyway, back to Dubai... I woke up at 8ish to leave with Gurol, my host, so I could get a lift into the city with him on his way to work. Having not been to bed til nearly 2am and ...
... posh, free food including scones with clotted cream and jam! Washed down with wine, whilst entertained by our big independent TVs with endless new films! We arrived in Dubai 6 and a half hours later disappointed that it was night time and couldn't see anything at all! After our 3 hour wait, we boarded the second flight to Bangkok, I've never seen an aeroplane so big, it was a double decker ...
... the metro, which is Dubai's metro. It only has 2 lines so far but it is beautifully designed and clean and , as we discovered always full of people. A day trip ticket purchased and we were off to find the tallest building in the world the Burj Khalifa. As we were travelling on the monorail we realised that it was quite hazy with heat outside and we could not see up very high so we decided to reroute and head for the Gold Souk to investigate getting a ...
The leg from Yazd to Dubai was long and tedious. In all, about 28+ hours of travel! by car then the slow ferry across to Sharjah. Not a lot of sleep to be had, that's for sure. How pleasant to arrive in a clean, efficient, modern place just for a change. How fantastic to ditch the scarf & cover up clothing. Our hotel was in the marina district. Dubai is a long narrow area of settlement, only about 7ks wide before you ...