Lou Lou'a Beach Resort
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... Katelyn bathers as she left hers at home. Think that was deliberate. Lol. Katelyn bought a lovely top we got her some bathers. Very expensive ones. Grandma and I chipped in as the shops are so upmarket everything's expensive. She can now go swimming. Went into a supermarket there. Crazy. So many people and workers too. They sold everything from food to electrical stuff. Even had a section with open spices in sacks that they scooped ...
... what is wrong with me? Think my new title will have to be Pathetic Shopper! Back to the hotel for a late lunch at the ... Irish pub then it's a "short" nap to recharge our batteries; four hours later we awake ... ooops! Our day ends with family as we hook up with Steve, Mike and Claire (Steve and Mike are Alan's second cousins) at our local ... Irish pub. We've been in the country less than 24 hours and this is our third visit to the pub ... oh ...
... as recommended by Sis – unfortunately they were unavailable for today, so we booked with Alpha Tours.
The experience involves being picked up, an hour’s drive out to the desert, 40 mins dune-bashing in 4x4s and a meal with optional camel riding, henna painting and shisha smoking. Alpha did have some negative reviews, mostly regarding silent taxi drivers, and we were hoping ours would ...
... and a hotel resembling a pyramid. We got onto the Red Route bus, continuing to enjoy the commentary about the places we were passing, then alighted at the Creekside. An hour’s voyage on an Arabian dhow was included as part of our bus ticket, so we got on the very authentic looking boat and sat back to enjoy the ride.
It was nice to see the city from another perspective, and passed many fine-looking tower ...
... very clean and tidy - a lesson that Australia could learn.
Started out and bought an all day ticket on the Dubai Metro - excellent value at 16 dirham per person (about AUD$5) which allows unlimited travel on the Metro and buses all day up to midnight on the day of purchase.
We headed for the Gold Souk and intended to go on to the Spice Market, Silk Market and Dubai Museum. Al Ras Metro Station is the closest to the Gold Souk ...