Dubai Marriott Harbour Hotel & Suites
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... the a falconry display. We travelled to the Bedouin-inspired camp in the grounds of a private royal retreat and made our way past the gently flickering flames of the lights that marked the entranceway, and then took a seat at a shared table.
Before the meal started we enjoyed a range of cultural activities that were demonstrated around the tables. We enjoyed an Arabic coffee, live bread making, henna artists and camel rides before ...
... a read then started packing about 5pm. As we do not have to leave the hotel until 11pm we decided to treat ourselves to a meal at the Vietnamese Restaurant within the hotel. What a treat they were doing a special which gave you a taste of many traditional dishes from their menu it was delicious. There were seven courses all little tasters but so tasty and fresh. We were so full up ...
... moving floor or me running. Kids had a ball and laughed their heads off. Sadly no time (or money!) for shopping in the Mall, though it was amazing just to see! It struck me that after dropping the amount of money needed to cover that sort of shopping, I would need a glass of wine to recover so perhaps it's better we couldn't shop!
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... the last slam of the front door, I realised that I was off on my trip!! Amazing! The north circular was busy as always, and didn't want me to get to the airport too soon. Eventually I arrived, whizzed through fast track (thanks BA silver card) and went to find Suzanne in duty free. We decided to hit the BA lounge straight away and spent a very swift 2 hours chatting eating and drinking before wandering down to the plane. Our upper deck seats awaited - ...
... countries. The chador (that big black tablecloth-like piece of fabric draped over whatever else you're wearing) is not compulsory. Many women, especially younger ones, opt for a type of trench coat over their trousers, supposedly loose fitting, but the girls are wearing them tightly fitting, sometimes in colours and patterns. The headscarf is moving further & further back, exposing a lot of hair in the process, and makeup is ...