Oaks Liwa Heights
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Non-smoking hotel
- Multilingual staff
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
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... was amazing. All this was inside a shopping mall, we didn’t stay though because there was more places we wanted to go.
We got back on the train and headed towards Old town. This wasn’t anything spectacular …it was too hot to walk too much so after a couple of happy snaps we headed back to the train station.
Back to Dubai Mall… well, the station anyway, from there we walked to Burj- Khalifa..the ...
... on the dunes with the sun setting behind us. More sedate drive to the bedouin camp where we were treated to holding a falcon for a photo, bedouin meal consisting of starter, main and desert, camel ride - a real highlight. Charlotte and I rode together with Dave, then Christina and Ella behind on the other two camels. Craig then had his turn. The camels looked so well kept and quite majestic. The stars ...
... from 36C to -4C!!! Once you buy your ticket you proceed to a kiosk where you stand on a scale and a computer registers your weight. You enter your height, age and ski ability level and it spits out a ticket that you take to the equipment desk where they outfit you with pants, jacket, socks, boots and skis. Helmets are on a rack according to size so I took ...
... early night as we hadn't got any sleep on the plane the night before! Day 2... Turns out the beach is harder to find than you think! We hopped on the metro then the tram to Dubai marina and took a walk along the promenade which was nice. Then back on the tram to the Palm. We walked across the palm with views of the Al Arab and some of the islands but quickly realised we didn't have much time to go any further but we wanted a closer view of the Al Arab so we commenced on a ...
... the worry of sleeping in. I turned my pillow to the other side of the bed so i was at the end where my charger was with the hope i would hear my alarm if its right at my head. I did manage to wake up and was out the door just before 5:30. I thought i would have to get the security boy to call me a taxi but for some very weird reason when i get down the lift and look outside, my chariot was waiting in the form of a red topped dubai taxi which is to be driven by an indian ...