Dream Palace Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... of a hill and there's a view from there over the whole Garbage Village. OMG ... I've never seen so much rubbish in all my life. People live here??? I will never complain about my life ever again!! Australia is an amazing paradise compared to this **** hole!
We take it for granted that we have fresh air, clean water, clean streets & a decent house to live in ... but none of those things exist in this part of Cairo.
…..when a bird drops from the sky and hits you on the head! And that’s what happened to Sandra on our first (very hot) morning in Dubai. We were just settling down for breakfast on one of the hotel terraces, when the bird (a collared dove for those interested) ricocheted off Sandra’s head onto the ground, gave one final gasp and expired. Other than a few feathers in her hair and being seriously surprised, Sandra was happily unharmed!! We ...
... but were delicious. Our lift for the Dubai City tour arrived. Visited Dubai Museum, Atlantis the palm, gold souk, spice souk, ferried across. 2pm back to Hotel for lunch. Boys dipped in pool. Arabic bread chicken sandwich. Evening Desert Safari through Dunes, Pierce is not keen and gets very frightened, to Camp for Belly Dancing, Camels, Henna, Falcons, bbq meal. Lots ...
... 8217;m up very early so I can breakfast, finish packing and then catch the 7.49 am cog railway down from Grindelwald to Interlaken, change trains for Bern, and then change again for my final destination of Geneva airport. And who should be there waiting for me when I arrive? You guessed it; John and Helen and the gorgeous Charlie. They’ve driven the hour’s trip from Annecy for a final farewell.
Unfortunately my Emirates flight is ...
... the city where we parked up and headed off to visit the Souks. These are essentially small markets selling all sorts of things where you are expected to haggle. Everyone who knows Aladdin will know how much he loves a good haggle, even for a post card! The Souks are sort of enclosed with palm leaves which create a roof, but they are very stuffy and this combined with the plus 40 degrees of heat meant that ...