Grand Midwest Express Hotel Apartments
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... was too hot.
... that's about 10m higher than the 828m high Burj - there are already plans for another, taller, skyscraper here in Dubai...). Visiting the mall was like falling down the rabbit hole. The mall was incredible - it had a larger-than-life vibe similar to Vegas, but without the seedy gambling aspect. After what we've seen over the last 40 odd days it's hard to believe that anywhere could make the French Riviera and Amalfi Coast ...
... was time to move on and,
as I’m coming out of there, I ran into a crazy (the good crazy, my kind of
crazy) Scotsman. We got to chatting and he asked if I was looking for something
to do, and I’m like, “You bet, because I’m sure as hell not going to sleep any
time soon.” He wanted to bring me in the opposite direction I was headed in, I
hesitated and he said, “Look, do you want to go somewhere where you’ll have
... very expensive shops! I wandered around for a bit, texting Mum on the wifi, which was free with no time limit yay! It was pretty busy at the airport, I considered getting some rupees there but am so glad I didn't as the rate was terrible. Boarded my flight for the final leg of my journey to Sri ...
... to bemused Aussies. Picked up by Jason's great mate, Andrew Whitworth. Back to his house and met his wife, Maja, and son Alex, for first time. Loved playing with Alex, very clever kid. Dropped off in town to do the tourist traps and souks in attempt to forestall inevitable jet lag. Went to jeweller where Jason in previous Air Force years had ring and ear rings made ...
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