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... and sometimes jewellery. We saw countless young women looking rather gorgeous, even though they can still be pulled up & fined by the morality police. Women do not need to be in the company of men. I saw many of them shopping in the bazaars with only other women. Women attend university, drive cars and have jobs outside the home. Many times we were stopped in the street to talk to women who were curious about foreigners. We had ...
Finally we arrived at Dubai airport and managed to sort a cheap sky bus transfer to our hotel. Keeping our eyes open on the bus journey proved very difficult, but it was cool that driving through Dubai at 7am on a Sunday morning made it look like a ghost town. We didn't see anyone walking around anywhere and everything looked very much shut. Paying for the 5 star, half board hotel Dad had planned to treat us to but hadn't paid for also proved pretty difficult. Still, once we made it ...
... of time for every meeting, I left his office with the feeling of not having had enough. I would have liked to stay and hear about of how they deal with situations when a crisis arises and their clients are somewhere out there trying to get home safe.
The last meeting of the day was at JW Marriot Marquis, world tallest hotel, 355 meters high. We had a tour for more than one hour and we just got to see half of ...
... an aquarium and of course the Burj Khalifa building. This building is the tallest man made building in the world. I took a tour to the top and you get to see all of Dubai. It very hard to see in the distance because of the haze but they don't have very many clear days outside the city due to the winds and dust. It is out in the middle of the desert. The work week here is from Sunday ...
... was time to move on and,
as I’m coming out of there, I ran into a crazy (the good crazy, my kind of
crazy) Scotsman. We got to chatting and he asked if I was looking for something
to do, and I’m like, “You bet, because I’m sure as hell not going to sleep any
time soon.” He wanted to bring me in the opposite direction I was headed in, I
hesitated and he said, “Look, do you want to go somewhere where you’ll have