Green House Resort
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... a distinct taste of what I can only describe as lamb or goat, I assume it would be similar to goats milk but I can’t really say as I have never had it but if goats cheese is anything to go by that’s what it would taste like. The real problem was that while in Dubai mall the day before we bought some Fine Camel Milk Chocolate, I can’t say I was a fan of that either. L
All in all it was an awesome experience but I was surprised how slow the camels ...
... our plane at 03:50. We settled ourselves in very quickly to be told that there was going to be a delay. A pregnant lady had been taken ill and had to leave the plane, regulations required that their luggage be removed as well. The plane was delayed for about an hour. When we took off it wasn't long before the hot towels came around, very refreshing, especially after the long ...
Waking after a long refreshing sleep this morning was great. Ready for some adventure after a delicious breakfast. We took the 10am complimentary hotel shuttle bus into the Dubai Mall, the largest mall in the world. Wow, wow we seriously were in awe of the size and inability to see anywhere near half the mall. With a cinema area, children's fun space, an Olympic size ice rink, aquarium & underwater zoo, The Souk traditional indoor shopping, ...
... shape which has then had its top rotated to achieve a twisted shape for the whole structure. This building would have considerable construction challenges. It has not been completed as yet. The road network and buildings of the city are quite amazing with many viaducts and grade seperations. One major road has a total of 7 lanes in each direction. We also visited the old part of the city, dominated by the influence of the Indian population.
The port ...
... ornately-engraved pitchers and plates in gold and silver next to many other objects that you might imagine to be symbols of the Middle East (small tapestries, hookahs, camel figurines, etc.). We even stopped to take a picture with a silver Maclaren supercar in the middle of the terminal that was the prize for some contest or another. I'm glad we were only passing through, because Dubai was a glittering jewel of a destination that ...