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... you'll work it out :-) So, to begin - Day 1 Arrived in Abu Dhabi at 7am after a 14 hour flight (at least got to watch 3 good movies). Didn't have a window seat, but the planes under belly camera confirmed what many people had said before we left. There's a lot of sand in the middle east. Hundreds and hundreds of kilometres of sand dunes. Should be boring but the enormity of it is strangely captivating. However the pilot obviously had done this trip before, because he found the ...
... were the string is. The airport at Dubai is massive we had to get a bus that took 10 minutes to get to our next plane, walk across the Tarmac in 40 degrees at 3pm Dubai time. The flight to Rome was 6 hours which Alex and slept for 3,max slept for 2. At Rome there was a man holding a sign with Eggins, they drive on the opposite side of the car and road to us. Will take lots of photos of our sightseeing tomorrow, see ...
... to live in when Dubai started to flourish and develop new houses etc. the houses are 120 – 130 years old
The houses that remain are of two styles. There was one example of a house made with palm tree fronds which is currently used as a restaurant.
The second and majority of the houses are known as “Wind Tower houses”. These are made with chunks of coral cut roughly into the shape of ...
... lots of rides and slides, and splashing around. The sun tan lotion was put to good use Mrs G.Dog but no hats I'm afraid, although some of us are a little better at applying the lotion than others... I'll let you decide who ended up looking most like a lobster. We eventually called it a day late in the afternoon and decided to be brave and head back using nothing but public transport. First the ...
... the Grand Mosque (more grand by name than appearance), and a Hindu temple. The UAE, having grown as quickly as it has, has a multi ethnic population and Bur Dubai where we were has a large contingent of people from the Indian sub continent, hence the Hindu temple next to a mosque. We visited the Dubai Museum, located inside (and under) the old fort, the oldest building in Dubai (somewhere between a hundred and fifty and two hundred years old). The museum ...