Holiday Inn Express Dubai - Safa Park
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My Dubai experience has been so far the best. First night was fun. Got to eat pork in Lamesa Asiana Hotel. I think we gained 2 kilos that night. . City tour like any other tours was tiring but fun. All est are with them. Tallest these and that. All are absolutely impressive. Saying no to come back will never be an option.
... early night as we hadn't got any sleep on the plane the night before! Day 2... Turns out the beach is harder to find than you think! We hopped on the metro then the tram to Dubai marina and took a walk along the promenade which was nice. Then back on the tram to the Palm. We walked across the palm with views of the Al Arab and some of the islands but quickly realised we didn't have much time to go any further but we wanted a closer view of the Al Arab so we commenced on a ...
... that all British troops were to be withdrawn from 'East of Aden'. The decision was to pitch the coastal emirates, together with Qatar and Bahrain, into fevered negotiations to fill the political vacuum that the British withdrawal would leave ...
Dubai was our stop over destination en route for home! We arrived at midnight on Thursday obviously just getting a taxi and going straight to the hotel. We stayed in the Movenpick IBN Batutta. It was quite a way out towards Abu Dabi but with the metro station across the road (and a big shopping centre that stayed open until midnight) it was not an issue and it really was a fantastic hotel to stay in. We were up and off Friday morning to go to the old town where all the markets and ...
... about a bunch of privileged pilgrims (it costs a lot of $ to travel to Mecca) so zealously pushing their way to get inside a gold-plated House of God. Her soul was free enough to see the world around her and posit that if God was anywhere God was not likely to be trapped inside a dark religious shrine... Her soul knew intuitively that if religion does not get us to care more about the poor and the oppressed and stand for justice, what ...