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... the lead I just sat there and enjoyed the view. As there were no stirrups I had no idea what to do with my legs so I just tried hold them to the camel, the was a mistake as my muscles weren't used to doing that and about half an hour in they were really tired so I was told to just let them hang, this too after 30 mins was quite uncomfortable.
We did get to try some camel's milk too after our ride, it started out like any other milk but as the milk sat in your mouth ...
We arrived at the airport at 12:30, saggy as you like. We checked our luggage in very quickly, despite being told by an airport employee to go to the wrong check in. Once we checked the baggage in we went strait to the gate which was not yet open. We settled in and waited until 02:30 when the gate was open and we were able to move onto another lounge. Here we waited again, ...
... Then main course was also Arabic foods and I was more careful but beef, chicken and some different salads were there. Just prepared differently. While everyone was eating mains entertainment was a lovely young female belly dancer. She performed for several dancers. After finishing we had Baklava for dessert and all the lights were turned off to star gaze for 5 minutes. It really is amazing how big the sky really is in the desert with out the lights. Finally ...
... the main features of the city. Dubai has a population of around 2.4 million, 13% of which are locals, around 58% Asian and the balance from other places such as Australia and America etc.
During our 3.5 hour tour, the highlights included the massive Palm Island development, which is largely made up of tall residential apartments and villas, along with numerous massive hotels (all of the main chains). The island which is configured in the form of a ...
... Dubai actually is. The conversion rate was reportedly 3.7 Dubai dirhams to 1 USD (by Rohan), which was absurd given that the off-brand 64GB SD card I was browsing was 500 dirhams!! Steph was looking at a pretty paperweight, which ended up being 100 USD. Insane. As we walked our short route to the gate, we saw top-of-the line watch shops like Swatch, several imported chocolatiers like Lindt and Toblerone, the largest and least-crowedd ...