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Today we are in Dubai having arrived in the early hours of the morning. We had a few hours of sleep and then took a tour. It is a holiday here today so a number of places are closed, however we headed to the Marina area to collect another couple and then we were taken around the Marina area and then to check out a "twisted" building which was quite …
... up Saif-Speak. He would say “Trouble drive people cars no look in lane to cause hit.” And I would say “Ah, people aren’t looking when they pull into traffic and it causes an accident, right?” And he would say “Yes, Yes!” He was such a nice guy, answered all my questions about the 5 daily prayers, Islam, what happens in the mosque, etc. At one point, I told him it was totally cool if he needed to pull over to pray. I’d wait! Hah He ...
... Our evening was great and we enjoyed the desert trip. The temperature, whilst still 38deg was cooler due to the lack of humidity in the desert, it felt much worse in the city. back to out hotel, a small adjustment of the packing of luggage as we head to Singapore in the morning. Basically with time zone changes and a 7 hrs flight, our today tomorrow is basically travel. Loved Dubai, know there is possibly much more to explore, but that also means spending more ...
... Beer is good. I think I’ll have another.
And now a gentleman in a full Saudi outfit with fluffy rope
holding his teatowel on is arguing that his beer is too big and now the barstaff
are speaking terrible English to convince him the bottles are a display only…
I don’t really understand a single conversation around me,
but they have Pink and Nickelback playing? …go figure, strange people are.
... Susan's 50th Birthday present. Getting out anywhere is really funny as everywhere is inside and air conditioned so the streets seem bare, the shops face inward and it almost seems like a ghost town. You need to find the entrances to anything but once you are in there are whole new worlds to discover. We found the gold souk and immediately went to the same shop we bought jewellery last time. They had a nice range but we decided to take a look around . The ...