Golden Tulip Suites Dubai
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But seriously this trip has really made me think of how lucky we are to live in Australia - great food, great climate (present wintery cold notwithstanding), no wars, great beaches (with sand), family and friends close by, reasonable working conditions, lots of opportunities and freedom. Time to count my blessings.
Over and out. Farewell from Dubai. Hello Sydney.
... world’s most luxurious hotel – Burj al Arab and met the General Manager who took us through a wonderful tour around the “gold-plated” hotel structure and we got to see the presidential suite and he also told us his story about how he climbed the career ladder. Now he is in a role where he does not just represent the hotel but the country in itself and that for me was so inspiring. That’s when I learnt to “Never give ...
... she had an encounter with a glass door and now has a nice egg on her head to show for it!
After extracting a wrinkly Rowan from the pool we went for dinner at the marina. At this point we realised our plane to Hanoi was departing from a different airport than the one we arrived into. We had wee panic in case this airport was further out than we had anticipated. Lucky for us ...
... strangers to pop the question. We all clap. I thought of Stuart and Wanda in New York. Then it's down to the 125 floor and we wait for the sun to set. It's quite dusty so the sun set isn't that impressive but the lights on the buildings are. After quite a while and many photos later it's time to shop! Dubai mall has four levels and is HUGE, HUGE, HUGE! Filled with designers stores ie very, very expensive. It's like the who who ...
... unprepared and hadn't researched much. We got the the Marina and thought we would walk down to and around the Palms area. Unfortunately, the map wasn't exactly to scale and after walking for 3hrs in flip flops, our feet were throbbing and blistered. Every time we thought we were getting close to the Atlantis Hotel, our final destination, we would turn a corner only to discover it was still miles away. We were constantly tormented by a monorail that appeared out of nowhere ...