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... chandelier shaped a bit like a pineapple, lots of marble everywhere, a kind of mosaic type art work installation above the revolving doors that is supposed to be a map of Dubai... And there's an indoor rainforest. It's amazing. Complete with running stream, bridges, carp, ponds, lily pads. It all certainly looks a lot healthier than the vegetation outside.
We got to sit and eat our breakfast right beside the stream of the rainforest. It was very novel ...
... Dubai (Holy month) I have to cover my knees, cleavage, and shoulders. We went to MBK and shopped there. We ended up buying an extra bag because all we have are bagpacks and ran out of space. After all that shopping we ended our night with some delicious fish and chips and a massage. Our flight leaves early in the morning to Dubai and we really need a good nights sleep. D U B A I We arrived to Dubai at around 2pm. We were lucky enough to be picked up by Will's cousin Shane. ...
... way to Dubai, were given menus for the food choices, had access to 2000 channels of entertainment and had a smooth flight. D even had amazing city views of both Singapore and Kuala Lumpur lit up at night as well as front row seats to an electric storm (L slept). Now, as we arrived a little before schedule we have 3 hours to kill at yet another airport. Luckily moving between gates here can take up to 50 minutes given the size of the airport so that should help a ...
... keeping time to the music being played.
Dinner at The Cheesecake Factory ( it does provide cheesecake but it also has an extensive menu of other food) and then a taxi back to the Sheraton at Mall of the Emirates (Taxi fare is about 40-45 dirham for the journey between these two large malls). Home by 9:30pm.
And so endeth the lesson on Dubai - just packing and midday departure from the hotel tomorrow for Istanbul and the next chapter in the story.
... he get lost in a movie, so I'm sure the flight seemed even longer for him. We started to wonder if we'd lost a suitcase (and wouldn't you know it, it was the one with all our clothes in, not the "extra" one with stuff for Emma - although I'm sure she would think that was good!), but it eventually turned up. I'm sure it must have been the last one off our flight - broken strap to boot.
We found our pick up easily - I'm ...