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Travel Blogs from Dubai
... time to say goodbye-Dubai arrived. Megan and I have been traveling for more than 20 hours since we left Dubai with a 3 hours layover in Istanbul. We had to say bye to Lindsay until next week and I felt we were entering the aircraft without the third and very important part of
this ATW80 puzzle. I hate the government authorities or whoever that was for not issuing her visa on time.
... and tried to give my feet a rest as the full day of walking has tortured them severely. Since I still have a valid metro pass, I considered returning to Dubai mall to have dinner but the amount of foot blisters I've accumulated convinced me otherwise. Instead I walked to a nearby local restaurant where I asked for a smoked turkey sandwich but unfortunately ended up with a smoked salmon one. Since I'm flying out at 3.50am tomorrow, I'm heading to bed at about 8pm to get as much sleep as ...
... Live bands and djs play on, the crowd is a real mix of
expats from all over the place. And on my way in, as luck or fate would have
it, I ran into two guys from Mozambique who are two of the loveliest and most
genuine people I’ve ever had the pleasure of meeting. Who instantly welcomed me
to hang out with them for the night and treated me like an old friend. The rest
of the night was spent drinking, dancing and conversing, and I found out a
... National Council 1950-90. These people were commemorated with large megaliths by the town roads or (for those warriors who were the most fierce) with individual circles of stones inside the individual Kells. These stone circles were on this Sunday lined with old men discussing topics of the day after their church visits.
As we went through the town, Michael pointed out the Naga gates, decorated with full moons and drinking horns. These were erected ...
After a short stop over in Rihad and another pleasant flight with Saudia Arabia Airlines we landed in Dubai. Jon managed to accidentally agree to a taxi ride to the hotel in a Lexus, which cost a fair bit more than it should have but we were so tired from the flight we just wanted to get to the hotel and relax. We are staying at the Jormand Hotel Apartments which is located on Al Mankhool Road. They allowed early check in and were shown to a lovely little room, the perfect base ...