Villa Rotana - Dubai
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Our first full day in Dubai and it is incredibly hot and humid. Indeed, the temperature is over forty degrees with humidity over eighty. As we look out of the hotel, there is a haze which greatly restricts visibility. It must be a heat haze or more likely a haze forming off the moisture from the humidity. We decide to go down to breakfast at the Kaleidoscope. As we are walking down the stairs towards the restaurant, we notice a long line of people and wonder what ...
... was great. The view was amazing. We could see the airport and every few minutes a plane would take off. We could see the monorail going past. And we could see the pool and gardens of the hotel. We decided we should have a swim at the pool. It was lovely lounging around in the leafy surroundings. There were lots of birds. At 8 Sultan picked us up and we went to his restaurant. What a wonderful experience that was. It was a beautifully ...
... clean and intricate culture which is way different from American culture. Visiting this city has taught me to work hard to have the luxury things in life that nothing comes without hard work.
I thank the people that I met who encouraged me to work towards my dream and keep my fire and passion because now I feel motivated to accomplish any obstacle.
My trip is half way complete. I'm sad the days are going by so fast! :(
... br> Dubai wasn't quite what I expected and at the same time it was what I anticipated.
The French girl in the desert safari asked me, "What do you think of Dubai?"
"It's ok." I said. To which she replied, "I don't really like it. It's so fake. Everything has to be bigger, higher, etc. There's not much history. I'm lucky I'm from Europe."
I said, "Yup. I was just being polite." Pretty much sums it all up. I was simply an accidental tourist.
... lifeline for the thousands of workers from all across Asia who keep the place running very efficiently.
We checked out at 7.30pm and took the Metro to the Airport. Getting out was as long and boring as getting in was. There was free wifi in the Airport though. you dont get that everywhere. Dubai serves a purpose and caters to all needs, just not mine. We finally left at 23.40pm on a flight to Mumbai, India. Things were looking up.