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Greetings from Travelblog land again, this time as you can see coming to you from Dubai. I'm stopping off here on my way to Monaco for the Grand Prix, so this is going to be a dream trip come true for me.
I know the blog has serious competition what with cute animals like hamsters eating burritos completing on the news feed, but I'll try and …
... br> The park was incredible. We spent hours there, travelling around the rapids on our floating plastic rings, and going on all of the water rides. Despite it bring quite busy, it never felt over crowded, with the longest queue for any ride being about 5 to 10 minutes.
The boys decided that the first ride yo go on should be something called “the leap of faith” - if the name doesn't already send shivers done your spine, then perhaps the official description will ...
Next on our quest to find out more about cultural differences and similarities was a trip with the Arabian Nights company on their sunset dinner tour, starting with a pick up at our apartment and a 45 minute drive out into the desert. An exhilarating drive across ...
... We leave the Museum and head to the older part of town.We take an Abra boat across the Deira River to the Gold and Spice Souks These are both a hive of activity,we try camel milk chocolate at the spice souk but I have no intention of bargaining for saffron or any other spice on offer.The cost is equivocal and the issues with immigration can be left alone . The aromas are wonderful and they have Frankinsence and Mir burning all the time. We head to the gold ...
Today Inge and I went to Deira. Deira is a part of the city that hosts the Dubai Heritage Center, where remainders of the old city wall and old souks and quarters can be found. A lot was closed. It's Friday here, which is the Islamitic rest-day. On the bright side: free parking (Yep, I'm Dutch). We had some trouble finding our way. Signs are not always very consistent here, but we managed to park near the Creek at the Gold Souk. Now this is truly ...