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... largest in the world and boasts 1200 shops, an aquarium and an ice rink. It’s huge! We wandered around trying to find a suitable place to eat. After a 40 minute search we found the food court. Mum was good and ate local cuisine, I however was due to do a water based activity in less than 45 minutes and opted for something I knew and opted for Burger King.
At 2pm it was time for me to head to the aquarium. Many people may think, why would you go to an aquarium, ...
... a lot of labourers generally from India/Phillipines who work at least 6 days per week for 11 months (then the companies give them a month holiday and fly them home). Mary has been working here ~11 years and has children aged 15,13,11 who are brought up by the grandparents.
Many people drive cars as parking is ...
considering I didn't have to be up till 9 and I didn't have a good nights sleep I still woke up early at 7!! Couldn't sleep last night, brain wouldn't switch off, can't work out if I'm really excited about going to Dubai or going home, or I'm nervous? I don't know! So I went and got breakfast, it was ok.. Then I chilled out before having to pack my bag and leave!got the transfer to the airport and checked in straight away then found a 7/11 and brought some ...
... told 15km, someone else told us 2km. What they did not say was that it is very difficult to get to. Dubai subscribes to the Mexican approach to beachfront development: build hotels along the waterfront with fences at the boundaries extending to the waterline to ensure no one other than hotel guests can get to the beach. We never did find a way onto the beach at the Burj, but it was a nice walk, and we found another beach, but it made us realise that Dubai is extremely spread out ...
... Back on the highway again we entered the town of Hatta and drove up a steep cliff overlooking the Hatta cultural centre which was in a reconstructed fort. After a few more photos we made our way back into Dubai travelling at a very respectable speed limit of 120kms. The actual limit on the highway is 140kms but the Emirates drivers are limited to 120km. Pity we don't have those limits on our northern ...
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