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... Arab driver spent much of the time doing his office work, eg phone calls, writing, sorting papers and giving his stapler a good workout, all while travelling at 120kph! Muscat is spread along the coastline for about 50kms and we had difficulty choosing where to stay, but ended up in Mutrah - a good choice. It was only a 15 minute walk to the Corniche and souq, and from here we walked along the foreshore to the fish ...
Today was incredible. We started the day with a nice hotel breakfast (to our surprise) and off we went on a city tour of Dubai at 9AM. We we're picked up from our hotel in a van and taken to a big coach, air-conditioned thank goodness. Our tour guide was an Indian which we learnt populates 42% of Dubai. His name was Prabha. On the city tour, we went through Dubai Museum and then off to the Golden Souk markets. It was pretty dirty and sticky ...
... way she did, if you are skinny. She also played her wobbly bits to great affect on the audience. One chap near me stood up and began dancing back to her. He was rather good, but his mates made him sit down. I thought the evening was very enjoyable and I was ready to go back to the hotel. Asad thought differently. With only one day in Dubai, I had to do more. I then visited the Burj Khalif again, but this time it was actually sparkling against the night sky. It reminded me of ...
... It is so clean and new, no graffiti or rubbish and everything is so well maintained. Even beautiful flowers and green grass along the sides of the roads. We checked out the gold souks and spice souks, the kids faces were priceless with all the "shopkeepers" asking us to come into their shops and buy gold, handbags and watches. A little boat ride across the water, back on the bus along the beach road and out to the Atlantis hotel on the Palm ...
... and bottle of water for a simple breakfast. At the boarding desk we were able to change our initial seat allocation, which we had found were six rows apart, for two seats together. Our new seats turned out to be in the small Economy section which is on the upper deck of the Airbus 380. Our travelling companions in the middle four seats of the deck were German, or at least were speaking German, and seemed to be even older than us! This section ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility