La Maison d'Hotes
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... Flight and arrival all went smoothly. We're back at the same hotel and have again been upgraded to one bedroom suites. Very nice. We're going to sort out hiring a driver to take us to the famous mosque in Abu Dhabi tomorrow. It is the third largest in the world. Looking forward to that. Cheers for ...
... and was superb.
The walls were covered in marble with geometric designs and back illuminated flower shapes. There are two annexes that also have a chandelier - similar to the one in the foyer. At a recent special prayers, there were 55 000 people at the Mosque.
We planned our exit to catch the BiG Red bus tour only to find it departing as we arrived at the stop. A lovely young lady rang the driver to get him to stop. We were the ...
... pink case that Jess' old phone was housed in and my iPad wouldn't hook up. Bugger, there goes $70! With a bit of a struggle we managed to text Matt and got him to contact the anxious mothers Ann and Rita, and Jess.
After repacking our gear, yep, Annette was disorganized! We chatted to Niko and Cvita. I got onto the free (love that) BAC Wifi and annoyed Matt, Jess, Mark, Daniel and Robert with texts and photos until it was time to go to the departure ...
... a distinct taste of what I can only describe as lamb or goat, I assume it would be similar to goats milk but I can’t really say as I have never had it but if goats cheese is anything to go by that’s what it would taste like. The real problem was that while in Dubai mall the day before we bought some Fine Camel Milk Chocolate, I can’t say I was a fan of that either. L
All in all it was an awesome experience but I was surprised how slow the camels ...
Finally made it 'round to the historical parts of Dubai. Long before oil, the area was the center of trade for pearls and fishing. The Al Fahidi fort, one of a few built in the early 1800s to protect the community, still stands, as well as a single small section of what was once a massive ...