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Quite comfortable. But not close to any markets or bazaars !
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6th September 2014- We drove to Craig's in the Subaru. Arrived in Scarborough mid afternoon. The Thomson's had made us a lovely celebratory afternoon drinks party. Craig took us to the train station and we arrived in Sydney at 6pm. We stayed the night in the Ibus Budget Motel got up at 3.15am and headed to the airport. Our flight left Sydney right …
After a wonderful summer with family and friends in New Jersey, we have returned to Beijing for another school year. The school year starts early here, August 4th. Now we are one month in and off to a great start. A couple of weekends ago, Casey and I had a whirlwind weekend as we traveled home for a special occasion; Chris & Jesse's wedding. It was not even a question of "if" we would go, it was more a matter of "how". So ...
... it is classed private and the rules of Ramadan ( other than alcohol) do no not apply, which is a relief. I suspect it may also be a health and safety matter.
Once John and Kate arrived back, things improved and we went into a huge aquarium and museum that was air conditioned. This was called "The Lost Chambers Aquarium. Oh what a blessing - we then viewed the exhibits and the fish, which included 100's of species of all sizes. There were opportunities for ...
... for a him So anyway meetup at airport last night was successful Today we took beautiful subway around town. Very efficient,clean and organized and cheaper than tour bus. However learned that here much more serious about Ramadan than Turkey. NO restaurants - even Mc Donald's open till 8:00pm. We did manage to find a few in the Dubai Mall which is HUGE- kinda like Mall of Americas maybe with aquarium, ice skating etc as well as ...
... in. We then caught the train down to the Dubai Mall - the biggest shopping mall in the world. We wandered aimlessly for a couple hours, tasting food being offered at shop fronts and countertops, wondered in awe at the entrance of the Dubai Aquarium (too tight to pay the entrance fee on our backpacker's budget) and checking out the world's largest glass fronted fish tank (you can see this from outside the aquarium for free!)
Outside one ...