Landmark Plaza Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that whenever I come back to Dubai, he will be my personal driver!
The first appointment was a bust. The agent immediately said to me “I’ve been to Drew and I like it, but it’s not on the UAE or Saudi approved list of sponsored schools so I can’t send anyone there.” We chatted for a bit and I left. I wasn’t going to waste time on a situation that would reap no benefits.
The second appointment with Inner Universe was far better. ...
Today we had a later start with our bodies catching up on some sleep after our travels yesterday. As per our usual standard, we pack a fair amount into a day. The first part of the day saw us head out to the Souks. We found this lovely driver, of course called Mohummad, from Pakistan. He adopted mum as his own mum and went out of his way to help us. Dropped us off at the souks where we headed into the myriad or should I say maze of alley ways filled with goods ...
... was the seconds time they had been there (previously the year before also) so they gave us some good tips on what to see and do, where to go and what they had done. In the afternoon we went to the Dubai Mall - wow, what an opulent mall. From flashy name stores like Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Prada etc to internal waterfalls and underwater aquariums. Makes the Canberra Centre look like Wallmart! So had an amazing wander around there before visiting the famous Burj ...
... is old and the alleyways are not air conditioned here so it was hot, cold, hot, cold all the way as we wove inside and out of the gold shops. At least if we seemed interested we were offered cold water or drinks all the way. A few designs and pieces were considered then we went off to the Burj as it seemed to be clearing up a little. This building is beside metro which opened into a shopping centre. Sounds simple right - but the walk into the shops was 20 ...
... could be had on a day with little or no dust or sand blowing in from the desert. Not the best day for viewing but certainly not the worst. It is a striking view. The tower is over 900 mtrs tall. (They are now building one in Saudi Arabia that will be 1.6 kilometres high. That is unbelievable). From there we went to the Wafi Mall, then for a ride on an Arabian Dhow ( a timber boat) for an hour, up the ...