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... catastrophes struck the town during the 1800s. First, in 1841, a smallpox epidemic broke out in the Bur Dubai locality, forcing residents to relocate east to Deira. Then, in 1894, fire swept through Deira, burning down most homes.
... a couple of Souks ( like marketplaces), huge shopping centres, went past temples, massive beach resorts. Motel is a 2 bedroom apartment, very nice. Weather today was about 35 degrees ish, air conditioning everywhere. Wouldn't want to come in Summer when it gets to 50 degrees! Drive on the wrong side of the road! Everything thing seems about same price at home so far. More hop- on off bus ...
... both the Bible and the Koran both in various ways continue to be misused to elevate men as Sovereigns and keep women in “their place”. Part of being free is being able to say, as Sharee did, this is not okay, you do not speak for God, this is not the way things ought to be, and bravely commit to another path. Her brave journey as a young Iranian, muslim woman living under and ultimately freeing herself from the ...
This was our first trip with Emirates - and as reasonably loyal Qantas flyers, we were a little unsure what to expect. It was also our first flight on a Boeing 777 aircraft.
Obviously nothing really redeems a 23 hour flight, but in general we felt Emirates stacked up well against Qantas:
- in general the staff were excellent, the service is perhaps ...
Well here we are six hours into the flight and WE WANT TO GET OFF! Emirates has to be one of the best airlines on the world - service divine, food as good as it gets, movie fest but squishy squish squish. Collectively we have watched four films, three episodes of Modern Family, one infomercial on Dubai, read the paper and listened to the entire Elton John play book. We have eaten ...