Khalidia Hotel Apartments
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... which was the first school built in Dubai and had similar displays as the Heritage house.
We next tried to find the Gold Souk but ended up walking around for ages and thinking we had not found it. As it turns out it isn't a central market but just a collection of gold shops in a certain area. We wandered on through an area called the Perfume Souk which was more shops all selling perfume and back to the metro. We were planning on going back to the ...
... of living is something quite amazing. While we are of the assumption that their wealth comes from oil, in actual fact only 7% of the countries income comes from oil. I wonder if this is what they like the outside world to believe as I have read elsewhere, that oil and natural gas accounts for 85% of their economy. It will be interesting to see what the economy looks like in 20 years. We thought we did really well to get a tube from Dubai mall back to our room. All pretty ...
... would be only slightly more than matched to his. I wrote to him telling him that our relationship is a flower, he is the sunshine and I am the rain. Too much of one or the other will make our flower die, but if we both give, and give enough our flower will thrive. All he could come back with was I didn't write to him enough last week. Maybe he already forgot that the internet in India was patchy at best, but when I did get it he was the first message I looked for and the ...
... 54 million visitors. It is actually extraordinarily quiet here today because of Ramadan. Indeed, all the restaurants and cafés in the mall are closed but strangely most of them have staff either inside or standing outside the doors even though they are not doing anything. There must be reason for this but we cannot work it out. Due to the lack of people, we are able to drift in and out of the shops at a very leisurely and non-pressured pace. We make a couple of ...
... a lack of personal space, even if it could be there it never gets used, this includes the kids literally swimming on top of one another at times. That said, I would come back again, possibly also look at volunteering at the dog charity as although there are many places to visit, I like the fact that's it a totally different country from ours, and although I've not seen a lot of it, I now feel like I know quite a lot about it, and feel confident there. ...