Ramee Guestline Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where the fountain pics are from) has 1200 shops, and in 2012 had 65 million visitors... that's 3 times the entire population of Australia... WHAT IS THIS INSANE PLACE? it's like Vegas but 10 times the size and with none of the infidel trappings of booze and gambling I've never been to a place that's so flat... the Burj Al Arab from our balcony looks hazy... we were wondering if it was air pollution or heat and humidity... turns out it's because it's 10km away and our ...
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I'm staying in the old part of Dubai called “Bur Dubai”, mostly migrant workers and traders from Africa, India, Nepal, and Pakistan in this area but I do see a few Arabs, dressed traditionally, it's a very cool sight to see—the head dress and white robes look so natural here. Several nearby Mosques add to the scenery, I love the sound of the singers during prayer-time, some of the most beautiful singing I've ever ...
... will change frequently. Yesterday was a long plane ride followed by a 3 hour search for the hotel on foe ot, and consequently, a 15 hour sleep! Feeling very revitalised, I took the opportunity to relax by the roof drop pool, read a book, and write this initial blog entry. The hotel is very swanky and I'd like to thank my whole team at IBM for awarding me enough reward points to stay in such a place during my stay here ...
... Stephen, Amy, Viv, and I all haven't been able to read or watch TV - everyone has been snoozing pretty heavily and trying to keep waking up to eat the food that's served periodically. Lunch was some safe-looking garlic-lemon-pepper chicken with some unremarkable sides, btw. As Stephen put it, groggy, sleep-deprived me was out to troll the flight attendant as drinks came by: I was a bit too drowsy to anwer his question about what I ...
... area to some of my previous expetuences in suva many years ago but you dudnt see poverty here just basic market area that you might expect in India. was really interesting and I managed to stumble across all 3 souks even though I had actually forgotten that one was across the river. I really enjoyed using the abra original water taxi as a mode of transport. this area really did make you feel like you were in an arabic nation, over loud ...