Desert Palm Resort & Spa A PerAQUUM Retreat
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Tennis Court
- Swimming pool
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... amp; just let people through one lane at a time. We thought they might be looking for someone in particular but then they'd periodically let a ton of cars through at once so this would completely defeat any checks they were supposed to be carrying out.
Unfortunately this isn't unusual: a large percentage of the population seems to have lost the capacity to think for themselves so they blindly follow instructions but then don't know why ...
... I met in the lounge, on their way to the Edinburgh Tattoo. * Two families with young children, whose kids were quite well-behaved. * An older man who could sleep so well on planes, he snored. * Two girls in their 20s who brought colouring books. Somewhere on the plane, a couple were celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary. We clapped when that was announced. The landing was exciting. Some items in the ...
After a very substantial breakfast in the private lounge, onto the Metro to Dubai Mall. Train trip is quick with announcements in both Arabic and English. Very very helpful and makes for less stress! It's all seeming too easy! Arrive at Dubai Mall and walk along the air conditioned walkway to the entrance of the Mall. 2/3 kilometres long and above the city, arriving at level 2. We wandered around the Mall. Every end of the Mall had a Hotel attached and a lot ...
... how clear the photos have come out under the circumstances. We spent the rest of the afternoon relaxing and catching up on lost sleep, then dinned in the Hotels restaurant. There was a reasonable amount of walking today and with the very hot humid conditions and being sleep deprived it has taken its toll. We are now heading off to bed, it is 8pm and we need to be up again at 4am to be ready for an early pick-up at 5.20. Isn't travelling ...
... hours were absolute hell, so much so I doubt I'll ever book to do another flight longer than 8 hours again.
Surprisingly once we started to land in Dubai and the blinds were opened I started to feel much better, there is something about being in 24 hours of darkness (since we left before the sun came up) my body really didn't like.
In the end I couldn't wait to get outside and in to the fresh air, god it perked me right up, I guess that added ...