Kazi's Iconic Hotel Apartments
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29 June The excitement and the nerves are much faster than race speed and as today dawned I realized it was " my dream come true day". Thank you to each and every one for your best wishes, blessing and prayers on my dream. You are the best. Off to the airport along with Dani and Jac. ...
... at the port so went back on board and packed. After a farewell dinner wit Margaret and Iain we went to bed, but missed the rocking motion of the ship under way. After breakfast we disembarked and after finally locating all our bags our porter set off to take us to the taxi rank where I could see a long queue waiting in the sun. He whistled over a cab that was approaching with guests coming to embark and we successfully queue jumped and were ...
... With an Abra, a watertaxi we crossed from the city part Deira to Bur Dubai. There you can find a textile souk and towards the mouth of the creek the Heritage village.
Lunch was something small as we had planned to eat more for dinner. Late afternoon we headed then by metro to the Burj Khalifa and the Dubai Mall. With 1200 shops it's the world's biggest shopping ...
... return to our hotel and relax for the rest of the night.
Since we were staying in the part of Dubai known as The Walk we figured we should get out and explore our little neighborhood a bit more, so the next day we set out to do just that. The Walk and The Beach (creative names) are right next to one another and we quickly realized that until construction at The Walk was finished it really didn’t offer much, however The Beach was a different story. Laid out as ...
... marvel extending into the Gulf in the shape of a palm tree with the fronds offering real estate to the ultra rich
Wandering the beachfront promenade of the Jameira Beach Residences where locals, ex-pats and tourists take advantage of the warm winter sun
Riding the Dubai Metro, the recently opened (November 2014) Dubai Tram and the Monorail out to Palm Island....oh and stocking up on quality European produce at the local Carrefour mega ...