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... I sink into a groove and get my stride back. I had no expectations about my mood or emotions for this trip. Would it be hard the first day? First week? Would the nights be especially lonely? Will I feel isolated from friends and family? Honestly it hasn't been as bad as I or anyone else would have expected. I am exhausted and craving a regular sleep schedule but the homesickness hasn't been brutal. As usual, the leaving part is the hardest, ...
... in France).
We decided to wait and have dinner at the mall after sunset. We joined a massive queue outside a Texas Rib Restaurant just after 6pm. We were seated at 6.30pm but told not to eat anything on the table (including a pail of peanuts) until exactly 7.05pm and sundown. Our orders were taken along with the huge crowd of other diners and at exactly 7.05 a massive cheer for the end of fasting errupted, followed by the biggest number of waiters I've ever seen in ...
So, Dubai is amazing and very different to what is perceived and what I expected it to be. They say men treat women differently here and may refuse to speak to you etc but I am here to tell you that is definitely not the case. Everyone here is lovely, very kind and literally trip over each other to help you. People are very courteous here, although I am already sick of being called "ma'am" haha.
We arrived at 6.30amUAE time after Virgin messed us around ...
... in one place, lead to the unpacking of the suitcase instead of living out of it - foolish move.
I head off for my next dental appointment, an hour or so getting a new crown fitted, while Julia bought clothes to replace those left behind.
A lazy day blogging and planning for last day.
Dinner at the Chinese in the hotel
Yesterday, the ACTE Dubai Executive Forum took place at the Fairmont Hotel Palm Jumeirah. There were about local 70 industry leaders participating. After a delicious networking lunch, we had the opportunity to attend a site visit of the Fairmont Hotel, which is the first hotel on the Palm's trunk. The hotel was opened on December 24, 2012 and so far performs very well. There are 381 rooms, of which about 70 are executive rooms. In comparison to the JW Marquis, the Fairmont has a much ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility