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we went on our dessert safari last night in beautiful 41 degree heat. We were picked up at 3.30pm on the dot by our driver in a land cruiser 4wd complete with padded roll bars. It was a 40 min drive to our rendeavouz point in another state of the Emirates. We were about 70km from the Oman border near Hatta. We ere in red sand country which had bigger dunes than the traditional white sands of the Dubai emirates. There are around 2000 cars each ...
... platform in the world. It took me an hour to get down again and I managed to pick up some cake at Magnolia's, the bakery of Bloomingdale's as a desert. At home Inge made a wonderful meal and was waiting there with a friend I met before, so we had a great dinner. All by all, a worthy last (full) day in Dubai. This will be my last update from Emirate-soil. Tomorrow I'll be heading to the airport by 15:00 and hope to set foot on Dutch soil by the same ...
... takes us to a few places in the city. Tomorrow we are thinking of going to a waterpark!!! Wearing lots of sunblock now... Dubai is interesting- more on a US scale than European/Asian Istanbul. There are US-sized cars, US-sized buildings, or more... and a shopping ethic that puts a US female teen to shame. Its surreal going from Istanbul to here, and will be even more strange to go from here to Ethiopia.
... we got from Dubai, the more windier it became - a fine mist of sand was being blown low across the road. When we arrived, we joined 4 or 5 other Landcruisers, and waited while the drivers all deflated their types down to 17psi to get better grip on the dunes.
After 10 minutes or so, we set off into the dunes. We had an exhilarating ride into the desert - across the sand, up dunes, over the tops and down the other sides; around soft ...
... of desert. The windows are mainly green, grey or blue glass. It's hard to imagine you are in the desert. They use about 2.6 million gallons of water a day to keep Dubai. Had lunch in a souk which was made to look old but it was new. It was near jerameih beach. Went to a noodle bar and used a 2 for 1 coupon. Very nice. Vince,s beer was the same price as some of the meals. Grog is expensive. The souk was lovely. Lots of thick solid beams and concrete . Very upmarket ...