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Had a fab time here, staff were great and very helpful and went out their way to make me have a comfortable and enjoyable stay !! Thank you
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A nice chilled last day lazing round the pool soaking up the sun kinda sad to be leaving Dubai so soon but I'll be back in a few month with mum & hopefully in another if not better resort on The Palm. I'm now ready for my next point of call Thailand... little bit nervous as I've mixed emotions about what to expect but think when I'm settled and …
Had safe flight with Emirates & enjoyed the service unlimited alcohol and films - brilliant. Arrived comfortably at hotel the Grandeur Al Barsha. Staff were friendly and made me feel welcome. Met up with friend from school Jack Lukas and got hooked up with a free spare ticket for the Sandance Festival on the Palm Atlantis - what an experience …
Dubai looks beautiful from the air, we flew in over the Persian Gulf as the sun rose which was amazing to watch. As Dubai came into view, the sun reflecting off all the skyscrapers it was a fantastic sight, temperatures already at 29 degrees. It was a nice end to a horrendous flight. Pretty sure I now hold a record for the quickest case of the runs …
Well here we are, finally. Water, coffee, shower and a lie down later, we are ready to brave the heat.
Hotel is roomy and more than adequate.
The heat is truly something to behold - it certainly is a desert. No one is out in the day and after dusk the workers appear.
Walked to the Mall of the Emirates about 5 minutes …
... in the back. The more the car slid the more we laughed and egged the driver on even more. When we stopped there were quite a few stunned mullets getting out of other vehicles - don't think they had thought about how tyres react to soft sand and Newtons laws of Physics. Eventually got to the Bedouin camp and had traditional coffee drunk through dates, donuts and roti. Coffee tasted good but we don't know what extra taste ...