Dubai Marina - Marina Heights
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... from thousands of years ago. The museum is very comprehensive and fascinating to see the development of the city over the years. Entry was a ridiculously low 3 dirham and an excellent way to spend an hour or so.
Back out into the heat – the heat here is like walking into an oven. I will never get used to it. We caught the water taxi back to our hotel and spent some time by the pool. I swam and tried to ...
... to the hotel. But i was quite strange, it was dark! At 4.30am we turned the light off.
We woke at 9.30 and off to breakfast at the Indian breakfast room. We went back to bed for a few hours and then forced ourselves to go out for a walk. Well that was a mistake. 40 plus degrees. My pretty red shoes I purchased in Brazil couldn't handle the heat either. The glue on the soles melted and they went sliding. Thank God we ...
... mate, the Kenyan Concierge. All good and up to spend some time with Stella before Dad got home.
We presented Stella with an Annette creation - a quilt. Loved by all \, especially Stella who climbed up on the bed for a look.
After a lovely Dinner, a chat and decided on our plans for the new day, we all ventured off to bed. A great day, except for the heat experienced at the textile souk. Now in a very comfortable ...
Today we are off to the mall!
This should therefore be a short blog because there's not a whole lot to say about malls. Except that this is The Dubai Mall, the biggest mall in the world.
In Dubai the shops usually open at 10am. They are quiet at that time, and gradually get busier until in the evening when they are packed. Therefore when we arrived at around 10:30 it was very quiet, we grabbed a fortifying coffee, to ready us for the mall, ...
... comes back with an eel wrapped round shredded pickled veg!), and we settled down for a hard day of relaxing and playing in the pool. We were a bit excited to discover the Hilton had a license for wee beer or 2, but were less excited to see that wine was about £12 a glass, £8 for a beer and £15 for a cocktail. We stuck to the free water instead.
When it got a little cooler we went to play in the sea. After paying £10 ...