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... extreme heat, flashy splendor, and landmarks boasting to be the best in the world validates why this place is hot on the tourism charts.
While the country was great, the generosity of Avi's family and the time shared with my friends who I met in Singapore made it the absolute trip of a life time. The best way I could celebrate four hard earned years of college.
Signing off until the next adventure! Thanks for reading :)
... 12,000 per night!!! There is a gold ATM in the foyer where you can buy your gold bars. This afternoon we decided to travel on the 'hop on hop off' bus around the city- and I must admit it was quite interesting. We didn't actually have to cover up as much as I feared- the mosque wasn't open till after 4 so we couldn't visit there or i would have had to cover up- even my head! Anyway, I have enjoyed Abu Dhabi more than I expected - let's hope Dubai and Muscat are good ...
... it's for everyone or just the rich and famous - including international patients- but I suspect the latter.
We had a very interesting rendez-vous at the Glo bar (outside near the pool with rather gorgeous glowing blue balls of light), with Allan Nicholls, teacher of film studies in Abu Dhabi - and friend of Lisa Kusel from the Green School. It turned out that he and his wife were living in Parc Emily in Singapore the ...
... kebabs all very yummy and some very yummy puddings. Then I go and sit by the pool in the sun for a while before heading to my room to sort out my onwards journey out and have a shower.
I'm going to go and get some more food and get some rest for tomorrow, where I have another busy day of travelling. Fingers crossed this journey all goes smoothly and I manage to sleep as I have had a total of 4hrs sleep in over 24hrs.
... it all light up with blue lights. Well it is well worth it. The crowds are gone and there are only a few other visitors. Such a great sight.
The drive back to Dubai is a little boring. However to break the drive we stop of to drive to the end of the Palm to see the Atlantis Hotel. Then its to Madinat Souk to see the Burj Al Arab. This is the closest you can get to see the Burj without having to pay $200 per head for high ...