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Travel Blogs from Dubai
Dubai is one of the most interesting cities. Through all the hustle and bustle (and heat), the city is quite beautiful in its own way. We arrived after the celebration of ramadum, so thousands of people were out and about enjoying the city and all of its wonders. With so many people surrounding us at all times, we felt overwhelmed; yet, heavily emerged in the culture. Our tour guide, Swah, was very kind and informative. We hit many of the ...
... Hope it tastes the same. Afternoon consisted of a small boat ride across the river in a local abra and cost 1 dirham. Then some lunch along the water and a quick rest before our desert safari. Desert safari was amazing! Best thing we have done. Highlight of the trip. We met some awesome people and did some awesome things. We watched the sunset, ate some yummy food, went 4wd in the sand dunes. Donked my head on the roof lol. Watched a falcon show. Saw a belly dancer, RODE A ...
... we were whisked out of the city into the desert. Our vehicle was beautiful air conditioned as well as fitted with a roll frame for protection.
Ali our driver listed our itinerary
1. falcon demonstration
3.watch desert sunset
5.turkish feast at camp
6.belly dancing entertainment
My favourites were the dune drive and the ...
... the Emirates. This mall was much like the Dubai Mall and even included 'ski Dubai' complete with slopes for skiing and snowboarding. By late afternoon we were picked up from our hotel by the driver from Arabian Nights for our desert safari. The safari started on the dunes at sunset 40 minutes out of central Dubai. Forty other 4x4's made up our convoy as we drove over huge dunes of sand. Halfway through the convoy stopped and we got out to play in the sand and watch ...
... girlfriend that is ballistic, ball busting, and erratic. As insane as she may be, the moments you see her warm side are worth any level of crazy you are dealt the rest of the time. People are very warm, talkative, and always seem so thankful for the little things. Yet the driving is insane, the roads are awful, and I'll never wash the smell of burning garbage out of my hair.
But as always, the anticipation of ...