Khalidia Hotel Apartments
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... not just for hanging on to. Off we went in groups of ten or so. Our Indian (of course) driver may have been good but he nearly lost it at least three times in my opinion. This activity looked more like an opportunity for the Indian boys to test their skills with a little too much competition for my liking. Driving us home down the freeways was almost more 'exciting'. This activity would never get registration in Australia the way it was driven here. Never-the-less we arrived ...
... henna tattoos, belly dancing, shisha all very nicely done with the lit sand dunes for a backdrop. So I did the camel ride and bought camel chocolate. It was very hot and we were dripping at the end when they turned the lights out while we lay on the carpets and looked at the stars. So that's it, the fat lady has sung! But we have the excitement of flying home business class (sorry Sue down in cattle) in the ...
AM - The Emirates Boeing 777 300E left Dubai right on schedule, we now have 12 hours of flying to endure; meals, movies, meals, music, meals, toilet breaks and some sleeping? I requested seats right at the back of the plane with nobody behind us, looked like a good idea, we got them but were next to the toilet! The toilet door was opening and closing all day (night?) and flushing, perhaps not such a ...
Arrived at Dar es Salaam airport to a chaotic immigration queue, but somehow got our visas in quick time, then had the usual taxi mayhem – one price for locals and a much higher price for foreigners. Negotiated a lower price, joined the melee on the only city bound road and took an hour to travel 12 kms to our salubrious (not) accommodation. At least it was central, cleanish and had wifi. What more could we need? ...
We landed at 5am Dubai time. We then went to our hotel and had breakfast. After breakfast we went out and did some sight seeing. When we tried to get lunch we found out that it was Ramadan time and it was illegal to eat in public from sunrise to sun down. As soon as we could eat it got ...