InterContinental Residence Suites Dubai Festival City
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... and heard about all the different men who wear different colours and do different jobs. Yellow for carrying the fish, red for selling the fish and white for cleaning the fish (or something). Lots of fish, sharks, prawns etc.
Went to the date market where we were given samples (though had to eat out of sight as it is Ramadan) and bought plain and chocodates.
We had parked at the Al Raha mall so went in there to ...
... ravines while throwing up sand-spray as the vehicle spins and turns recklessly. If not for the faint-hearted, I have to say it is a lot of fun and well worth doing at least once in a lifetime.
As the sun sets across the dunes your driver will stop for photos. The views are sensational though hard to encompass on camera.
Soon it is time to move on through the desert in the gathering Arabian dusk to where an arena is set in the ...
... took in her position, simply because they didn't know what to do with her. One time, as she was presenting to other industry professionals, someone from the company started taking pictures of her because she was the first woman to have done a presentation in that boardroom. What I loved about listening to her talk was that, for her, this was not a bad thing at all. In fact, she said that she loved it because she knew that ...
... and block. Your choice of colours run from white to off white.
The interiors are much like western homes with all the modern conveniences. Most floors are ceramic with little carpet, one dust storm and you will understand why. In this neighbourhood the houses are built around man-made lakes that are surrounded by walking paths. Each neighbourhood has a swimming pool, playground and other outdoor recreation facilities.
Dubai has been described as Las Vegas on steroids ...
... nearest dune and survey the scenery which was absolutely stunning. It really looked exactly like we expected the desert to look like, with these undulating mounds of reddish sand as far as the eye could see. After a few minutes of hanging out we had finally assembled the rest of the vehicles, about 15 in total, so we mounted up and began the off-road portion of the evening. For some of us in the car this was great fun and our driver quickly took each groan, gasp or squeal ...