Marriott Executive Apartments Dubai Green Community
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... style pool (swim up bar and all). We actually hated to leave the hotel, but after a quick shower and change of clothes, we picked up a map of the city and hopped in the taxi. As we were driving into the city, I noticed the stunning skyline, palm trees, sand, and cranes, cranes, cranes. Dubai is a fairly new city in terms of development and it is developing so quickly and in such impressive ways. The architecture is amazing. ...
... It was great but for me that was it. I was again feeling off colour. John also suffered acutely on his right ankle when one of the kids in our raft involuntary kicked out with his foot; slamming it against John's ankle and really hurting him. He was in quite a bit of pain and only resolved it by taking a few Panadols. It still slowed him down for the rest of the day and he only went on another two rides with Kate.
As things turned out - Kate was the only one ...
... and spotlessly clean. First stop was the Dubai museum where we learn about Dubai as far back as 3000BC. Actually other than its nomadic Bedouins and small port activities, it was little known until 1900's. At the time of oil discoveries in the 60's the combined population of Dubai and Abu Dhabi was as little as 60k. Now over 2 million live in Dubai alone and 80% of the population are expats. The growth and development is impressive. This is a ...
... br> We were up early to seize the day on our last day exploring Dubai and walked from our cheap and nasty hotel to the Dubai Museum which gave a further insight in to the traditions and cultures of the native people and life in the Middle East before the oil boom.
We then walked down to Dubai Creek and took a traditional boat ride across the water to the other side and into the Deira neighbourhood.
We wandered through the ...
... chairs or rugs- they'd obviously done this before. As we still had a few hours before midnight we went in search of a nice beverage to toast the new year in with. Although in the area of the Burj Al Arab, only 6 or 7 very small cafés and takeaway shops existed in that vicinity and there were hundreds of people all wanting food and drinks (no where sold alcohol of course). We opted for a cup of tea and picked some snacks up from a tiny newsagents before claiming a great ...