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... and mother in laws cooking!!) After that, we went to Saadiyat to a lovely bar called Turquoize which is basically on the beach. Pete had a beer and I had a fruit smoothie and we sat and listened to a guy play the saxophone on the beach! So surreal!!
Then on Boxing Day we ate brie, gluten free crackers and red wine!
... full range of facilities. We boarded our Air Berlin service at 8pm and settled into row one of Business class with a glass of bubbles each and a menu to peruse. Lovely meal and so comfortable after our experiences in economy. Very comfortable flight and arrived in Abu Dhabi at around midnight and after a long taxi we had a long walk to terminal 3 and the Etihad lounge which was one of three in total and just ...
... tightly. At one point the SUV was almost 90 degrees to the ground and was literally sliding side ways down a moosive dune. We had a lovely Spanish family in the car with us, and the mom was considerably animated and gave out high pitched screeches of fear and exhilaration every time we hit a big one. I was battling to breathe, let alone scream. Robs sat in the back laughing her head off and taking photos of me in a state of rigor mortis. Duning was followed by ...
... the banning of auto mobiles in the city I experienced the greener way to move around town, I entered the town in a four seated less driver pod which runs on guided rails. The building are crammed together over narrow alleys, mimicking the ancient Arabian streets, down which cooling breezes blow.
Though it is expensive, Masdar is worth ...
... for us to stay in her home. We caught a taxi to Zoe's villa in Khalifa City and we later found out that the taxi driver may have taken the scenic route. The tricky thing about taxi rides in UAE is that they don't used addresses here - you need to know a land mark close to your destination and then give directions from there. This is fine for locals but can be complicated when you have know idea where you're going. Zoe gave us some good directions and we ...