Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana
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... enjoyed all the screaming of the girls in the car (it was myself, Erin, 2 Scottish girls, and a German girl). We visited a camel farm and then at the Bedouin camp we rode camels, got henna tattoo's done, slid down dunes, and had a gorgeous traditional Arabic meal with really good hummus. The star gazing wasn't ideal due to a cloudy night (a rarity in Abu Dhabi according to Jo) and we made it home in one piece. Tuesday we had to fly back to India, but before we left, ...
... A rather well known poliglot on a few forums and on YouTube. I wasn't sure tt was actually him so I spoke to him in Korean. Trouble was he wanted to keep speaking Korean - I should have chosen one of my stronger languages to work out whether it was him. He wasn't in transit though. He lectures at the American University in Abu Dhabi. Anyway he was also on his way to Novi Sad. He asked me what I was giving a lecture ...
... where I may as well have been sitting in an actual sauna! It was soo hot! Ridiculously sweaty and minging, but everyone was in the same boat so it was ok!
Love love loved it!
Around this time too, Pete's parents came to visit! They stayed at the Fairmont Hotel which was lovely, and overlooked the Mosque! We were very lucky because we were able to visit them and use some food vouchers for the buffet at their restaurant, and also ...
... just generally chilling and catching up on sleep. In the evening we visit Aurora's new Flat with Manuel before we head of the a Belgian Cafe in the Intercontinental hotel. It has a reputation for serving great mussels and I have to say it doesn't dissapoint. It reminds me a bit of Belgo's in its heyday. It's a nice and cosy restaurant and the evening is spent eating yummy mussels and sweet Belgian ...
... two gracious Yemenis near us who invited us to try what they were eating. The food itself wasn’t amazing and it wasn’t terrible, but the experience of eating new food on carpet with wonderful people is something I could get used to.
On our way to dinner, the streets were bustling with people and cars spurred on by bright lights. Most of the shops we passed were selling abayas (the traditional women’s wear) and trinkets. We must have been walking around ...