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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 …
... is if you sign a contract, the company takes your passport. If you get fired and owe any money for not finishing your contract, they do not give back your passport. Also, she told me that you can only be an Emirati if your father is Emirati. Your mother does not count, nor does it matter if you were born here. I met Kim for dinner at Irish Village for another fab hamburger......and to check on the white duck. She is fine today. Met a ...
... a reputation for being one of the shittiest airports in the world...we agree. There was a crazy long line to check in for our flight (which took 50 minutes) as Emirates only had 4 desks open (for an Airbus A380 mind you!) It then took ages to go through security as well, and there weren't many places to eat. Thank god for Starbucks! The flight was made somewhat unpleasant by the stinky ...
... 32 - Mall of the Emirates - this shopping centre has an indoor ski slope but Mum and Dad wouldn't let us go on it. #25 - Burj Khalifa - this is the tallest building in the world but Mum and Dad wouldn't let us go up it. After having a rest we went out at about 5pm and went to Dubai Museum and looked around the Gold Souk district - everything was gold! Mum wanted to go to the Spice Souk but everyone else was too tired. We went back to our hotel and got to bed at ...
... you cannot show your shoulders or knees.
I was wearing a t-shirt and a skirt (above knee) and you should've seen the looks I was getting!!! They also have a policy of no holding hands and no public affection either.
We learnt as well, that during Ramadan it is illegal to eat or drink in public (unless it's after dusk) - So this includes water too. We've found that very hard to get used to, as number one it's scorching hot all the time so we need lots ...