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Fiineline stayed here on Jan 20, 2015 during their trip titled: Fiineline's Great Adventure.
... more day, where has the time gone! The kids played in the pool again and then Jennifer was kind enough to drive us onto the man made island called The Palm. If you see it from the air it looks like a large leaf with roads going off from the centre. It's upper class and neat to see. You go underneath the water through a tunnel. Atlantis, the hotel and waterpark is over there so maybe next time we will get there! Then it's time to pack up and take the taxi ...
... we got back in the car but we had no more dune bashing as we stopped for photos and we had arrived at the caravan. There was so much to do! There was camel riding, sand surfing and you get to have henna done! My uncle had a scorpion design, my mum had a flower design that started from her finger tips to the wrist and my sister and had the same as our hand bit different flower design. Then we went to sand surfing, I was terrified but then I got used to ...
... and like a bath it was so warm. It was blisteringly hot outside however so we only spent 15 minutes in the water before walking along the beach and finding a place to stop for lunch. After lunch we had an ice cream and decided to walk it back to the tram stop. The views were amazing of Sheikh Zayed road which was just comprised of skyscraper after skyscraper and we stopped to take several photos. We went back to the hotel early to have a swim and relax before heading back out. We ...
Let's get a few things out straight away. If you are into history and like a bit of WWII history get on down to Dover town. We saw lots of Castles in our travels but Dover castle was exceptional. From the medieval tunnels through to the actual castle living quarters this was a great tourist attraction. The best part however, was the interactive tour of the WWII tunnels used to plan and implement the excavation of close to 300,000 UK and Allied troops from the beaches of ...