Grand Midwest Express Hotel Apartments
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Sorry I haven't been writing!! We are in Dubai! Let me just say right now that the process of riding on a bus from Oman into Dubai was so crazy. We left from the bus station pickup area and figured we had about a 6 hour ride. I believe we left around 3:00 in the afternoon. We drove for a while, occasionally picking up other riders along the …
... food (the BEST fish and chips of my life!) and parted ways with the idea we’d never see each other again.
As I waited to leave the hotel, I said goodbye to all the staff, whom had now become my buddies. There’s something about solidarity in illness that brings people together. I asked if we could take a selfie together, which we did, and off I went with Saif to the airport.
So, here I sit, in front of my gate to Washington DC. Of course, I fu*ked up every ...
... to take a trip up Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world. We headed up the 124 floors to the viewing platform. With the heat haze and smog it wasn't as good as the view from the Eiffel Tower, but it was an engineering marvel and still beautiful. Dinner tonight was at a wonderful Lebanese Restaurant where we could watch the light and water show, and the food was pretty amazing too. A taxi home to rest our weary feet. Tomorrow our desert safari ...
... to the 124 floor, walks out to an enclosed platform and looks over the great desert that Dubai is built on ..... anyway took some pictures... We then went outside the Mall which overlooks the Dubai Fountain, another tourist attraction. Set on the 30-acre Burj Khalifa Lake, the fountain shoots water jets as high as 500 ft (150 metres), equivalent to that of a 50-storey building. The fountain is 900 ft (275 metres) long and has five circles of varying sizes and ...
... There were heaps of these dhows on both sides of the Creek. Most on the Sourthern side were floating restaurants, but the ones on the Northern side were used to carry cargo to other countries including India, Pakistan, Yemen and Eastern Africa as well as other Arabian countries. Absolutely amazing the amount of goods and how they are loaded onto these dhows. Has to be seen to be believed. The ...