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... dryer.... Hopefully they will dry in time. Some final packing and tidying and we are all ready to go. We already decided it was going to be easiest to catch a cab, so we rang and arranged that and guess what? Off went the power again. We decided to just lock up the house and wait outside. Suddenly we noticed the kitchen light was on! Ohh, the power has come back and we have forgotten to turn off al the lights - ...
... be a great place for a school group to visit as it is very cheap, interesting and entertaining. You are able to book in groups and are even guaranteed a discount with groups containing 25 or more people. The aquarium is open from 10am until 10pm.
The first thing I did when I entered the aquarium was to go and visit the main tank which is one of the largest tanks in the world measuring ...
... the best we've had. We had a large family besides and behind us including four toddlers and a baby and they were very noisy and we did get a bit sick of our chairs being kicked, suffice to say we didn't get any sleep. But anyway, the food was good. One bonus on the flight was Amy watched a documentary regarding the Mona Lisa and when it was stolen in 1911. So we got to find out a bit of the importance and history of the painting we saw yesterday. That's it for today, time for ...
Today was the day. After months of thinking about the program, imagining myself here, and doing my best to explain my plans to friends, the checkered flag raised and the meetings of AWT80 began.
We spent the morning at the JW Marriott where they provided us with a site tour and market update. I was most impressed with the philosophy they bring to taking care of guests and of course with the sky dome ...
... to do and less touristy things so we sought out the Spice Souk. It was just what we were looking for. It was arabic, non-touristy, busy, sticky and fascinating. It far more suited us than the air conditioned malls with hundreds of pricey shops.
We loved our time in Dubai. It was great to have a bed for the night, stretch our legs, see a different culture and it helped to get Indi's sleep patterns a bit more aligned with where we were ...