Lou Lou'a Beach Resort
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... up we bump into Polly and Becki outside the lift and the ask if we're going up to the rooftop pool. After a quick unpack and shower we're heading to the rooftop pool for a quick sunbathe a dip in the pool then back to the room for a sleep. A quick explanation of the players Polly is Phil (Philip Pollard) and he is marrying Becki, my brother is also called Phil, sometimes I will refer to Polly as Phil but never call Phil Polly. The sun is ...
... The sandy desert surrounding the city supports wild grasses and occasional date palms. Desert hyacinths grow in the sabkha plains east of the city, while acacia and ghaf trees grow in the flat plains within the proximity of the Western Al Hajar ...
... Unfortunately the voucher also didn't include alcoholic beverages so we sipped a few samples at duty free and used the voucher on a snack and a coffee. On the plane the 6 hours went pretty slowly but eventually we arrived in Dubai. Here we got hopelessly lost in the airport trying to find our was to duty free - the airport was massive, we had to get a train just to collect our baggage! We then caught the metro to Al Rigga station which was 200m from our hotel. We emerged from ...
... and I know we were all thankful that someone else was driving!
It was a low 99 degrees and extremely humid, but Dubai was very magical and shining with lights. By the time we reached our hotel at 2:30 a.m., we were all beyond exhaustion and ready to travel to Uganda – where the true magic will take place.
Through the heat and jet lag, we managed to take a few decent pictures to enjoy the magical memories from this city of ...
... minutes away). We eventually took a bus back to where our hotel is (in Fira) and then a taxi to the winery, ending back in OI where we originally started. The winery was worth the visit. We tasted 10 different wines and paid 10 Euros per person for 10 tastings. We got back to our hotel around 5pm. We had dinner in the main part of Fira. We ordered a platter from 2 but didn't enjoy dinner it was mainly fried foods. Tomorrow we hope to gave a rest ...