Arabian Court at One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai
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... us picking at the airport drive way to fast up to 160 km/hr. He told up, while driving at these speeds, a bit about the city. The hotel room is very small. We had to change room as the first room we got gad two single beds instead of a double bed. The we got a room that smelt if smoke. Rooms are very small. The hotel us in a great part of the city, lots of atmosphere with lots if restaurants, bars and people. Points to Note - we found parts of ...
... and I can turn my back now on the crazy 6 hour marathon dance with Navman whose downloadable Western European GPS maps stripped me of my google browser and gmail. I managed to get my $89 refund from the American online help supposedly in New Zealand and will now happily pay the extra £7 a week for gps in my hire car in Manchester. Leaving tonight from Adelaide to Dubai - songbooks, camera and watercolours packed. Will miss you all - stay tuned Christina ...
Dubai – We arrived early in the morning after 20 hours from Auckland via an Emirates 380 packed to the gunwales. The underground metro took us from the initial arrivals hall to the palatial customs and bagage claim area, but after minimal delays caught the free shuttle to hotel.
After the shower was repaired and we freshened up, we got another free shuttle to Dubai Mall, ...
... like your regular jewelers but much cheaper and you can severely haggle them. Shakil helped me out by going to multiple stores (always of my choosing) and convincing them to lower prices based on each other until I picked up a single trinket. Next up was the Mall of Dubai, and it had everything from sushi bars to Starbucks. An enormous saltwater aquarium sat at the top level with enough species of fish that I thought at least a few of ...
... and prostitutes. Meanwhile we continued to drink, all of us getting smashed and making fools of ourselves on the dancefloor. We made our way back after a Mac Donald's. Jelle and I thought it funny to flag down taxis for fun and at one point there were about 6 lined up on the side of the road beeping their horns at us. Fortunately no one of authority saw us as apparently we could have been locked up for public drunkenuss behaviour for a ...
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