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... Miles and miles of it everywhere. The car drivers are crazy, always tooting their horns, and we are not sure what they are actually tooting for. Looked through Dubai museum and found an amazing ice cream shop at the Palms. Temp 37. Dont see alot of people around. Presume they are all in the shopping mails in the cool.
Our pick up is at 5.25am in the morning, hopefully we will be awake in time.
... hall we came upon a big room, we titled our heads upward and up there was a beautiful long chandelier. As I was in awe, Caren went along and snapped pictures to show our family back at home what we have seen. The glass on the chandelier was shimmering as it slowly moved side to side. The Mosque is one of the very few that allow non-muslims to enter and look around as they explain us the significant meaning of the 5 pillars. We were so fascinated by the ...
We head off just before 8am and our Sri Lankan guide gives us the low-down on the UAE – most of it we got yesterday but some different information too.
- The 2nd December 1971 is the National Day for the UAE
- The flag for the UAE was designed by a 14 yo schoolboy who won 4,000 Dirhams for his design which in today’s money is worth 400,000 Dirhams. The ...
... with the kebab sticks there and said it was his new fav food in dubai. Once we had stuffed our faces we headed back to the flat to meet up with dad who just got bacl from work. The plan was to go have a look around Ibn Batutta mall to let ivar see that. He was pretty impressed by it and even tried to haggle with shops, think he thinks you can do that anywhere now he has been ...
... about 5.30.
After we had watched a falcon display ( the fastest bird in the world) off we set across the desert to a Bedouin village to have our supper. We had to sit at very low tables to eat from wooden bowls. We ate lots of traditional food including lamb that had been buried under the sand for 24 hours while it cooked. It was all delicious except for the camel milk. Even the camel meat was tasty ...