Donatello Hotel Apartments
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... GMT Greenwich Mean Time and the difference between Melb and Dubai.
5. This was a tough one but at least I didn't include really tough ones like international phone codes but it was speeds we travelled through on the way to Dubai. The 40 may not be technically correct (thanks Jake) as we were outside school times.
Anyway to today.
I was up early early and left the sleeping Lee and the hotel by quarter to 6. If you think ...
... timber trading vessels being built at the river bank boat yard, we had to investigate. Dubai still thrives in old style local cargo. Large traditional style timber vessels are manually loaded with all sorts of goods, then often with a few old cars popped on top, to trade around the gulf, from Oman, to Pakistan, India to Kuwait.
... was as I mentioned earlier was that we didn’t have mobile net with us so there was nothing we could do to check.
We had the idea was to walk to the next stop and see if the driver stops there instead just in case we were one stop too early so we prepare ourselves, step out of the lifesaving 24 degree air con that was the bus shelter into 36 degree swelter and we walk to the next bus stop further down the road. As I mentioned Dubai ...
... as Sheiks which control or rule each city and there is a President of the UAE and a Vice President – the President “is the main man” who can over-rule decisions by the Sheiks of each city according to our guide.
- Within the UAE, there are some 42 million Date Palms making the UAE the biggest date exporter.
- Only 5% of the land is arable and the UAE is completely dependant upon the rest of the world for its ...
Today we visited the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. The Burj is 828 m tall with 163 floors of mixed residential and commercial uses. We went to the 124th floor observation platform which is a mere 426m high and in typical Dave and Debby fashion, there was a sand storm blowing so you couldn't see very far. Debby was very brave and ...