Palm Beach Hotel
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... that are away from the view of the public during daylight hours and plenty of options at the hotel. As with their buildings the meals seemed to be super sized, everything seems to come in 3 courses which is perfect for Luke.
As the temperature dropped to 41 we decided what a perfect night to do the Desert Safari. This was a fun night, we were driven out to the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve around ...
... 15.8599996566772px;">Then it was a buffet dinner sitting on cushions on the ground before belly-dancing. It was a fun night.
We then spent our first evening at Atlantis hotel! With macarons as our anniversary present!
Wednesday 22 April 2015
Today, we were picked up at 6am for our day trip to Musandam, Oman. The van picked up a few more passengers (mother ...
... have a bathroom scale... Eek! Although nervous, I weighed myself. And - drumroll please! - am down from what I weighed before we left! Woohoo!! We decided to head down to the marina for dinner. We hopped in a cab as we aren't 100% sure about the metro or the city and were too tired to take the time to try and figure it out. The drive to the marina was quite pretty. We're all the way on the other side of the city (30km) and so we got to see downtown, and all ...
... no plans to drive here! It would be hard to say what impression we have of Dubai, because we haven't really seen it yet. The sand storm that delayed our flight is still lingering and producing a sort of yellow fog. I get it we are in a desert region, but it's supposed to be on the ground not floating in the air. The local opinion is that it will be over soon and we will have proper sun tomorrow. Let's see! So we went for ...
... we left the pod we were greeted by a collection of wheelchairs one of which Glenna proudly sat on to be pushed by a smart young man (obviously not me!} through the enormous airport Wheeled along large marbled corridors and taken down huge lifts with colourful waterfalls backing them we made it to the transit train to take us to baggage reclaim some kilometre away I should think. Here we were taken ...