Ramee International Hotel Dubai
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... and still have 12 hours to explore Dubai.
Whilst the only clothes I had were the winter ones I was wearing when I boarded my flight in Geneva, the weather was quite mild fortunately so I felt comfortable. Luckily my shirt has long sleeves as some eating establishments, such as in my hotel, for 'modesty' reasons won’t allow men in in short sleeves!! I guess it’s for my protection. No doubt these local women would ...
3am our time,7am Dubai time, we're about to land in Dubai airport but sadly we are only halfway through, grrr. On the plus side, I have slept through a lot of the journey, had a few free wines and Jonny had a few beers, and our food which consisted of smoked salmon, chicken curry and sticky toffee pudding, was extremely tasty! Emirates are good, however the service has been pretty slow, or maybe Jonny and I ...
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... NOT so fun. The walk from the mall to the train was ridiculously long!!! Just like their airport, nothing is small here. We walked for possibly 3 kms. It was spacious and clean and you were walking inside and everything and I could see what a great set up it was but with 4 tired exhausted kids it's was just faaar to long. We finally got to the train and began working out what, where and how we were going to do it, an amazing,y helpful guy finally suggested we ...
... family and I went out to the Gold Souks, a very popular thing to do in Dubai.
We left the hotel and took a taxi to the docks, then we got on a boat, which went to the other side, and further down the river. When we got off, we walked for a few minutes and then reached the Souks. The Souks are pretty much a massive market, where lots of gold and jewellery is sold. It was sort of annoying, ...