Pangulf Hotel Suites
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... to get that, big brother is definately watching you here. Another one of my weaknesses in Dubai is Reem Al Bawadi the middel eastern restaraunt and shisha bar. Alex was away to Al Ain last night so i didnt get that good a catch up with him. After trying to get hold of the bell piece for hours he finally replied and we said we would meet at Reem. He came along with his better half Olga. This was the first time i met her and she is ...
We lazed in bed until we were hungry for breakfast and then walked into the dining room in shock. We could hardly believe it but the breakfast selection was even better than dinner the night before. After one too many pastries (you have to try a bit of everything, right?) we rolled out of the dining room and onto a sun lounger by the pool. We got a really cool double bed sun lounger with a roof you could pull ...
... a Sbarro which ended up being my mediocre dinner.
I managed to find the metro which looked pretty easy so I'm going to use that tomorrow to sightsee. I was considering the Hop-on, hop-off bus service but since it costs $60 compared to a $4 all day metro ticket, I can't really justify it.
It's a shame my first day in Dubai has been so flat. I know other friends who have felt the same way visiting here but I'm optimistic tomorrow will be interesting. There's the ...
... time I got to visit Tchibo a store from Europe and I got some bakery bargains. Mel and I (Darren as well but he was gone) were invited for high tea with Brett & Barbara Audas to the ONE&ONLY Royal Mirage. OMG what a beautiful place. It was breathtaking. B&B have been in Dubai for a little over 10 years and Brett Captains the A380 for Emirates. We had a wonderful 3 hours conversing and partaking of ...
... up in the middle of nowhere. Every other bit of water of course comes from desalination. I suspect most people spend a few days in Dubai, perhaps nick up to Abu Dhabi for a day, and that's all they see. A pity just to do that. For starters, who knows that there are actually 7 separate emirates making up the UAE (which is the actual country, not Dubai). And while some Arab history in the area can be traced back 5,000 years, to a westerner it is ...