Palma Beach Resort & Spa
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... option. It also gave us a chance to talk to a local. The mall was 4 stories and very clean and upscale. It reminded me of King of Prussia mall but with only high end stores. Surprisingly the mall had mostly American and European brands. They had boba (bubble tea) shop but the place was called Booba. And then the guy gave us a free sample blueberry and strawberry fruit tea with mango jelly. Too sweet for me (I like 0% sugar) but nice of ...
... Takeoff was delayed by about a half an hour but the flight was good. I watched the complete box set of Better Call Saul (a sort of follow on from Breaking Bad) which I enjoyed. We also watched Woman in Gold with Helen Mirren which we thought was excellent. We always enjoy flying with Emirates. The service, meals and entertainment are very ...
... into hangry (hungry+angry=Hangry). After an hour my mind forgot about the hunger and I carried on. We stopped off at pottery barn where whilst shopping the one Muslim lady approached us and began chatting with us. She began to tell us all about her life. Turns out she's quite a player. Who would've thought. We draw this picture of these women in this clothes to be very conservative but I guess that's just an assumption. She was arranged by her parents to marry a man 20 ...
... the day, kept us holding on to each word as she took us through her role, travel management companies as they stand in Dubai today and what the future of travel looks like in Dubai. Towards the end, she even opened the floor to questions or comments about anything and everything. She told us that with the last year's group, the discussion led to working in the Middle East as a woman.
I digress, but that reminded me ...
... feel out of place with in our traveling garb as fellow holiday makers appeared in jeans, shorts and large hats. We enjoyed a ride in a 1952 Land Rover, reminding Rhianwyn of her childhood visits to her granddads farm. Whilst we could not enjoy the sun set due to sand haze we could learn about falconry before heading off to our camp. We watched traditional dancing with guns and with 'the hair' before the highlight of ...