Holiday Inn Express Dubai - Safa Park
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Our driver from Saturday came back to get us this morning to take us to the airport. He was a very nice man and even came into the airport and got us to the right counter for check in. Also got lucky that there's ************e on our flight so can spread out...feels very luxurious compared to the ...
... The flowers were inlays of colored marble - very well done. The second smallest of seven chandeliers weighing two tonnes adorned the foyer. A floral design made of Murano glass, Swarkvoski crystals and gilded metal - aluminum?
The prayer room that has a capacity of 9000, has a single piece, hand woven carpeted floor that took 1200 women 18 months to weave - the largest in the world. Three more chandeliers adorned this area. The largest ...
... you meet people! A bit corny, but have to break you guys in and the jokes will be of this standard for the next two months!
My first task was to get some tranquilizer a into Annette by way of coffee and tucker. This achieved, we then set about hocking up our AussieSim phone cards - yep, two phones and an AussieSim dat card in my iPad. 0 out of three. Annette had trouble ringing out. My phone wouldn't connect at all. - I think that it may have been ...
... the lead I just sat there and enjoyed the view. As there were no stirrups I had no idea what to do with my legs so I just tried hold them to the camel, the was a mistake as my muscles weren't used to doing that and about half an hour in they were really tired so I was told to just let them hang, this too after 30 mins was quite uncomfortable.
We did get to try some camel's milk too after our ride, it started out like any other milk but as the milk sat in your mouth ...
... We saw that Ramesh and Lalita were still in the terminal so wandered over to say goodnight and chatted for a bit before heading up the gangplank and to our cabin.
5.30am wake up call organised as we have to be in the theatre for our Princess shore excursion by 7am. Re-packed what I needed to take for the shore excursion, clothes organised and then to bed.
I’m so tired I can’t sleep but eventually I nodded ...