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... dhow, sea wind, flawlessly decorated Dhow and heart-touching music in the background all make a hypnotizing vibe to lose your heart to those whom you adore. The floating waves, moonlight evening, tall buildings around the creek, soft music, magical show and most important luscious International and Arabian Buffet were extraordinary. I was amazed as well as cherished by the services offered by the management of Dhow Cruise.
... by time reached Dubai..then had to fly around waiting to land for another 20 minutes while space found to land. Easy entry to Dubai and then out into the hot humid air...driver lovely, new Mercedes...and the Rose Garden apartment is huge, clean and suits us to a T, washing on after John bought milk and washing powder at supermarket at 2am..then to bed. Early start with breakfast and a swim in the hotel pool then walk in the heat to the Emirates Mall nearby, ...
... had gone by the time we got there – 7.30 –so there was plenty of room to sit on the "shady" side of the ship. No terrace dining for us today as there was only one table not impacted by the sun and that was occupied.
We dropped some paperwork back to Jeff and Joyce then went downstairs for coffee – drinking and chatting when Phil and Judy came along. We chatted some more before parting ways … back to our cabin ...
... all the area has been reconstructed in the last years, as it looks everything very new, even being at the old town. First time we passed most shops were still closed so we didn't have to handle with boring sellers (we had later). We searched for the hindu temple with no luck, probably we passed by but entrance was too hidden for tourists. We found, instead, a place where they were giving food. They offered us too and we ...
After the river cruise we took the water taxi to the other side of the creek (which in most countries would be called a river, cos it was pretty wide). I gave the operator 20 dirham, as did most of the 20 odd people on board, and he didn't look like he was going to give anyone change - it was supposed to cost 1 dirham each. Because I asked again after he had taken all the notes, he gave me change. And the Scottish lady also asked again and he went to get change at the ...