Pearl Coast Premier Hotel Apartments
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... row spot by the railing to watch the show. We had a perfect view of the Burj Kahlifa in lights before the show and of the fountains during the show. We took a cab back to the port after turning down the private car we were urged to take at twice the price. We got back in time to see the onboard cultural show which was absolutely amazing. They had an Arabic dance group, a whirling dervish and a belly dancer. We have never seen anything like the whirling dervish ...
... the markets, it's absolutely reeked of fish, far too many haddocks left in the sun I think. I went to the markets bought an authentic Arabian head scarf thing, got bumped and then wandered about the markets getting offered various and I quote "genuine high quality copies" pa ha ha. Needless to say I did not take up their offers of forgery.
I went back to the mall to do the aquarium and ...
... by the pool in 39 degree heat - been for a swim and just relaxing and reading looking out onto the Arabian Sea. Just met a nice couple of Aussies on their 1st wedding anniversary - Skye and Nick from outer Sydney (Eastern creek). They had lots of great info for us about catching taxis and where to eat. Chatted with them by the pool for a bit then off to get ready for taxi trip into Dubai Mall & the Burge Khalifa - tallest building in the world - and ...
... hotel, but it's literally next to the ruins!
J: The Rasa Ria (Borneo)- the most beautiful hotel, with the most amazing staff!
O: The Sheraton (Maldives) - the watersports were insane, and we loved our water huts on stilts!
3. FAVOURITE PERSON WE HAVE MET:
S: Carmen- the lovely owner of the guesthouse in Rio! She was so thoughtful and lovely!
D: Albert- our Turtle Island guide in Borneo! For his little jokes and enthusiasm
... Tour of Dubai Museum. Very interesting. Then crossed the creek (we would call it a river) in a traditional abra (water taxi). Lastly we went to the spice and gold Souks (market). So many jewellery shops, genuine gold, starting at $150 per gram. Funnily enough I didn't buy anything. Arrived back at hotel about 7pm tired but had another enjoyable ...