Holiday Inn Dubai - Al Barsha
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I got sick from food poisoning before getting to the hotel. I told them when I got there I was sick. They did EVERYTHING for me. The treatment was better than at a hospital. I cannot speak highly enough about the staff. Nadia, Younus, Mani, Awais, Mehboob. And every other staff member. All gems!!!
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Thursday, November 20th (Off to Dubai)
Well, my hopes that some Imodium would do the trick quickly started going down hill. While waiting for my flight, I started feeling feverish, with chills and a stomach that sounded like the movement of an ocean. The airport was a total confusion, too. I made it through passport control and all other checks …
2. He is not chasing anyone that I can see and I am in no rush
3. He is not getting chased by anyone.
As friendly as he is, I have my doubts I am going to survive to actually get the chance to see any other countries on this trip!!
Survived.............just, but even when he got to the airport, he parked up like he was going to jump out and give chase to the robber.
... National dress - white; head dress; kandura; jewellery important for women * Ramadan - Iftar breaking of fast * Arabian Gulf 615 miles 93 000 square miles no storms/ winds pathway to Mediterranean * Burj Al Arab - all 2 level suites; air limo service * Federer & Agassi played simulated; Tiger Woods teed off * Palm Jumeriah 94 million cubic m of sand; 10.5 m seabed; "rain bowed" the sand; ...
... been awakened at 3. am for breakfast. I really hadn't had any sleep and was feeling very blurry. The process of getting through Passport control and customs didn't take all that long but in my state it was tedious and slow. I walked to a taxi and headed for home. I tried to have a conversation with my taxi driver but I found it so hard to stay focussed and after a few attempts to talk about what was happening in the world we both fell silent. The sun came up at about ...
... was a big travel day. After some breakfast and a swim in the rooftop pool (just Dave and Daisie ) we started our drive to Muscat, Oman. Wow!! Seeing the desert...wow! Although the power lines kinda ruin the landscape. I guess if you have all those lights, you gotta put the power lines somewhere. We saw camels too! Daisie really like seeing the baby camels. The camels were all on farms and there were goat farms too. We stopped at a ...