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The Christmas was the best. There was a Christmas tree under the
palm trees and this time Santa has switched Rudolph to a big camel!! That was
wonderful and everyone there seemed to be excited with the new Christmas
celebrations. Everything was a new experience and I felt like I was in an Arabian
movie like "Arabian Nights". It was my best vacation and I just can't
get it out of my head, which made me share it with ...
... br> Moving right
along, henna painting, (thinking of my daughter Jasmine now, pampers time,
ha-ha). And what a superb job she did of hand painting my hands with henna, -
bit of a laugh! Do you think she could
give me a pedicure as well? Hint, hint!
Sat and took it all in, the sun set is soon approaching;
it is just heaven out here, quite as a mouse. This is just BLISS....................ahhh!
... Really liked the safari it made me feel like I was really in the middle east.
Penultimate day of an Indian Abroad and I started off by going to Ferrari World. Went early and not many people around so no queuing for rides. Went on Formula Rosso the fastest roller coaster in the world with a top speed of 150mph, 7 times. You got to wear glasses due to the speed and you start of with the 1 red 2 red 3 red ...
... which provides the majority of Dubai's GDP. You read it right, it is tons more than revenues from oil!!! There, you learned something!
Our first stop in Abu Dhabi was at the Sheikh Zayed mosque, the fourth largest in the world and in my opinion the most beautiful building I have seen yet. It makes the Taj Mahal look "ordinary". It is constructed entirely of marble with inlaid pearl ...
... we took the free shuttle to Ferrari world. Ferrari world is the world’s largest indoor theme park. It is 86,000sqm and could hold 7 football pitches head to toe. The total roof area of 200,000sqm used enough aluminium to make 16,750 Ferraris and if you flattened the roof, you could lay 20,000 Ferraris side by side over the area. The volume of concrete used in the Hoover dam could fit inside Ferrari world. Well, you get the picture anyway. It is bloody huge!! At ...