Khalidiya Palace Rayhaan by Rotana
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The captain has just announced that it is half an hour to arrival. I'm soo ready to get off this plane! I know I can be patient a little longer. I've just stood up for a stretch and looked back over the rows of people in economy and realised why it is often called cattle class. We were herded through barriers to get on the plane, long queues, people pushing to get on so they could sit and wait till take off and then sit and wait till time for landing then queuing again to get off ...
... any residual tension left from the rides :) In fact, John fell asleep during it and started to snore much to Rhianwyn's amusement and that of the masseuse :) Our last day saw us back at the track for the 'Yas Drift Taxi', Abu Dhabi's version of 'The Stig' drives you round at speed and sideways! Lots of smoke and screeching but great fun. We then took to the 'Go Cart' track to replicate the experience at a more moderate ...
... his first match, David faced a boy from the UAE National team named Ali Abdulrahman Jenaibi. The matches at the Abu Dhabi Pro are 3 minutes long, which isn't a lot of time to score points or find submissions. It definitely forces the athletes to push the pace and be aggressive. David began the match by pulling guard, which is his best position and began to hunt for his trademark submission the triangle choke. The other boy looked to pass David's guard which would have given him ...
Looking at my photograph "Lobby", one can get an idea of the scale of the lobby. There are three large chandeliers hanging from a tall vaulted ceiling. The marble floors below are exquisite.
One of the more unique things I have ever seen was the painting which hung above the bellman desk. It was an oblong painting. Within the painting were three pyramid-shaped pieces of canvas with flat tops. The paint covered the ...
... gun and Silly String fights in the middle of the main boulevard, like thousands of happy children. It was really something to see. We had a ball!
We also took Elijah to the skatepark to check out the scene and there were, of course, no scooter riders. There was, however, a 23-year-old skateboarding Syrian mob boss who told Elijah the skatepark was his territory. He walked around on his tiny stick legs, acting like he owned the place, slapping younger kids’ backs ...