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... The thing I noticed about Dubai is that it seems to be all the different countries bought together, so many of the shops I recognised from either home or from when we went to America, the coffee we drank the waiter proudly told us was bought from Carlton, Melbourne Australia. And even showed us the tin to prove it! The shops are all American or Australia and saw lost of american restaurants I've only heard about on the movies. We still saw a few South Africans too ...
We'll we wok up and I got on my iPad we had a great sleep last night and from me I think it was way to hot to be in our beds even.then I looked out the boat and I saw a massive box that said for glenn Watson and I said that's my dad this I sent for us but really I found out it was for us. So we hat to fill in forms to get it opened other wise police wood come to taz us 5. Then we went to a pool then ...
... The final stop was the Gold Souk. The Souks are the old markets and there is a famous one selling silk but we were taken to the Gold Souk where there were also souvenirs . There was oodles of gold jewellery on display in which we did not indulge but Jo did manage a bit of bartering (or was it pleading poverty to buy some souvenirs).
We were back on the ship for 1 pm in time for lunch and to get ourselves ready for tonight’s ...
... Mango and Topshop (plus quite a few more!). Unfortunately today's shopping session was unsuccessful in terms of buying clothes but it was definitely an experience and I feel like I have walked about 20km today. Next time I may wear a pedometer! Tonight we went to the local golf club for dinner, it was basically like an American country club. It was very nice. Tomorrow I start work which I am a bit nervous about! I will report back during the ...
... myself. We then went to dubai mall to see if we could get tickets to the tallest building in the world. Bhurj Kalifa. They were all sold out which was disappointing so I decided to pay the extra which was $115 Australian or 400 Durham each person. I'm so glad we decided to do it. The views were truly amazng and I think it was worth every cent. We then went for a brief look outside at the fountain which wasn't on until 6pm. So couldn't see ...