Golden Tulip Sharjah
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... Bellagio ones so we needed to come back after dark to see that, it doesn't run during the day during Ramadan. It was past lunchtime by then and with no food or drink in sight we headed back to a hotel for a sneaky bite, again from the supermarket. We had a swim in the deserted pool which was bath temperature then a shower and decided to hit the gold/spice / textile Souks down the other end of the train line in Deira. Bad idea! ...
Yesterday we had a more laid back day with class 9-11 followed by some free time. Lindsay and I took this as an opportunity to try something new--bamboo weaving. We took a tuk-tuk about 10 minutes outside of town and were met by a craftsman and another woman from England who joined in on the class. I opted to make a basket while Lindsay made a placemat. Afterwards we met the group for class and smoothies by the river, and I went to the night market one last time for some final gifts. ...
We travel 12,458 kilometres from Seattle to Dubai, crossing over Greenland, Moscow and Finland. Fourteen and a half hours! We wake to the sound of the Muslim call to prayer and open our curtains to a totally different world. Sandy beige, browns and the colours of the desert. It is very hot and humid! We explore the old Souk area and walk to Dubai Creek hoping to see dhows but ...
... tribal clashes that could have led to this situation of Emirate within Emirate, finally to reach the sanctity and sanity of home for refreshment and a well earned sleep. Late afternoon saw Mal, Ian and moi, beating the sweltering heat to wander through an animal souk, which because of being open and un-air conditioned caused great discomfort to our senses. The Blue (Gold) Souk made amends for any previous discomfort. And to travel ...
... never been so lovingly cared for. Sigh. Told you she was a saint.
Too soon it was time to farewell Lili and I cried as she was leaving and when she left. I'm a big sooky la la today!
I arranged my two hold bags and my carry-on and my handbag and my overcoat (which I have never had a need of over here) and proudly waited for David and Jo to get home from work. I busied myself getting the washing off the line and reading a magazine and I was beaming ...