Rihab Rotana - Dubai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Continental Breakfast
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... for Joyce. It needed to be sized a bit, which was done for us at another shop in less than an hour.
On our way back to the Metro, we passed a small corner grocery store selling fruits, spices and nuts, among other items.
They didn’t speak English very well, but were eager to assist us.
They struggled, but were able to explain the differences between some things.
... flying through the night the ceiling is lit up with little LED's made to look like stars and I'm one of only about half a dozen people awake. My plan is to power through the night and sleep in Dubai. 8 hours of movies a couple of Sherlock's and some vino we are served breakfast, another disappointing affair and I'm getting a bit peckish but have to make do with another cold ...
... we turned a corner to find a row of neatly parked planes. The heat getting off the bus was intense even at 9 in the morning. This plane was much less full and we were able to spread ourselves out a bit and most of us were able to doze, if not sleep properly. We flew into Entebbe over Lake Victoria and the contrast between the dry arid was of Somalia which we'd flown and the lush fertility ...
... place is and what can be built on sand! The reclaimed land forming the 'Palm' looked very impressive but the same cannot be said for the 'World' which just looked like so many blobs of sand but we are assured much of it has already been bought and it will be finished soon. A stroll round the Dubai Mall helped us work off all those cakes, it is massive! You can even catch a chairlift up the ski slope and ski down on artificial snow! Where every designer item was available at full price ...
... to Cape Sounis to the Temple of Poseidon.. Incredible to think that these structures were built 2500 years ago. A beautiful drive out to Cape Sounis and back and then out to Dinner. Had a great night and returned in a little road train that Nickos had organised back to our hotel. A lot of fun followed by ouzo in the hotel with Grant and Hendy before hitting the sack. Early start tomorrow as we depart Athens and head on our land tour of ...