Grand Excelsior Sharjah
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After 47 days, 10 countries, 13 currencies, 6 languages, 20 beds, temperatures of 3-35 degrees, 24 take-offs (23 of which on a run-way!) and 65,000km we are heading home!
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... celebration so I am babysitting so I had a nice date at Pizza Hut with my cousins. However I did get my nails done today which made up for it, the salon even have me a rose and chocolate for valentines. The house I am staying in with my family is in a community, they have shared facilities such as a pool, basketball court, tennis courts and even a small park. The pool is like a resort so I will definitely be spending time ...
... is provided to find employment and assistance is available for widows and elderly.
There is no gambling or casinos in UAE, although horse racing is huge - with large purses, but no local betting.
Dubai receives less than 18 mm of rain a year. I personally remember a recent storm where we received maybe 5 times that within a few hours.
The UAE is the 6th richest nation. Someone said the average net worth ...
... water, cooled by the breeze, we passed the cargo dhows being loaded and unloaded as they always have, only the cargo changing over time. When laden they ply the waters of the Arabian Gulf to the ports of southern Iran.
It’s pretty hot. It’s getting on for 40C and most sensible people are indoors so we catch a cab back home after an ice cream and drinks at a Pakistani ice cream bar in which the preparation wasslow, the end result nice ...
... 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 ...