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... a few hours while we were detained in immigration, so these things can happen. What to do now that I am left alone in the departure hall with no cash, no passport and no idea of when I would be seeing Ian and where I could find the money for a bond? How to tell our family? Would it be covered with insurance? Why would someone to this to us, and it is only the first days of our much anticipated holiday? So I ...
... restaurants were prepping for the evening rush. We aren't sure when that happens as very few of the 60 or so had any customers. Maybe nightlife begins at 9pm, and maybe that is why siestas are needed. At sunset the boats all light up and it's quite a spectacle. The hotel cafe served 24/7 meals, so after our walking, we were ravenous and so tired. Off the bed and anticipating the many things we could fit into one full day in ...
... you can find in South Africa)... Fortunately I was able to meet up with two friends from home and was able to stay at one of their apartments, overlooking Dubai's 'Bling' side around the yachts in the Marina after having spent two nights in Deira, Dubai's old part. Surprisingly, I really enjoyed the first 2 days in Dubai already, simply because I had expected something completely different to what I experienced: Not the entire city consists of ...
... souvenirs for our families, so we stopped by for a while. If you've ever been in a setting like this you are probably aware that the high pressure salesperson wants to convince you that their particular wares are the most astounding and well-crafted items that exist for miles and miles. If you show interest in a particular treasure they will quote you a price, usually 100%25 to 150%25 above what they will sell it for. The art of haggling is knowing what the ...
... but we made it to the Ibis Emirates on the Mall in one piece. Brendan stayed at the Pullman Hotel right in the Mall. Spent the rest of the day basically wandering the Mall and being charged an outrageously high price for two sandwiches and three cups of coffee. Thinking this was what we call an expensive place, Peter gave up on the idea of skiing. But, we thought we'd go and av a peeko anyway. Well, what do you know, not unreasonable at all.
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