Palma Beach Resort & Spa
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... The male takes a drink and flops down to rest while she is in this heightened state of alertness. She spots her quarry and in a flash she is on it. There really is no chance for escape as her target is captured, and she makes it her possession." This, dear reader, is not about a lion hunt, but Liz shopping in Dubai Mall. Last thoughts on Dubai: The place has gone crazy. The places where I used to be able to buy "authentic" Arabic ...
... and headed back to our tree house rooms. These are creaky and they do move when we walk about in them. So there we were fumbling up rickety stairs in the dimly lit entrance, trying to unlock the door when we both realized we were at the wrong room.... We slept OK but we did wake a few times when we heard strange noises. Liz thought it was a lion, I thought it was a frog. Hmmm we have to improve our animal ...
Along the way to Jumeirah Beach is Jumeirah Mosque. Its popular with tourists, because there's a morning 1hour tour 6 days a week at 10am, non on Fridays and and theres some evening discussions in the week at its centre. The tour is "open doors, open minds" policy and informs people from all different cultures and religions about Islam. The only mosque to open its doors to non-muslims in Dubai and allow photography; I did go on the tour, but stepped inside ...
Our first trip into Dubai was and expected history lesson - and ended up being a pretty awesome learning expedition. At the Sheikh Mohammad Centre for Culture we met a very unusual but blimmen funny guy, called...I can't remember but let's just call him Sheikh Guy. We came into a room and then took of our shoes, sat down in and around the food that was covered in the middle. Sitting almost on the floor on cushions they offered us some ...
... to the Spice Souk. This was somewhere I really wanted to see, so we alighted and crossed into the warren of lanes and alleys. The stallholders were all very keen to sell us some spices, but as Hubby isn’t too keen on a lot of spicy food, we resisted their sales pitches. One was happy to describe his wares in some detail - "Cardamom, help mister make wife happy-happy” was a memorable example - and was kind enough to let me take ...