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Our last 2 days in UAE were planned for Dubai. Zoe kindly dropped us to the bus station and we hopped on a bus and headed north in air conditioned comfort.
After the journey, which took about 2 hours, we hopped off the bus and sat down to some Pakistani chicken and rice to try to work out where we were and, more importantly, how to get to …
... mainly walking to the old “Ambassador hotel” down the road and take a swim in their pool.
Apparently my hotel is owned by the Ambassador which gives us pool rights!
The Emirates are one country but split up into 7 different states/provinces known as
“Emirates”. Dubai, Sharjah, and Abu Dhabi, are the three best know Emirates but there are 4 others. Traditionally the locals here were fisherman and ...
... person from almost every shop came up to us and tried to get us to buy something from their shop. SOOOOOOO annoying.
The heat that night was so bad. My mum even called it savage It was the hottest it ever was during our stay in Dubai that night, IT WAS CRUEL!
After we'd comeback to the harbour, caught a boat back to our local harbour and caught a taxi home, we went to bed.
Great flight to Dubai - got to love Emirates & the new airport huge but super efficient. It's hot here but not as bad as expected - 37 degrees but dry like home in summer. Given dates & spiced coffee in a tiny cup on check-in at Al Murooj Rotana across the highway from Dubai Mall then spent a while snoozing by the pool. Walked across to the mall ...
We arrived in Dubai about 3.30 Tuesday morning. The airport was almost empty so it was nice to be able to stretch and go for a walk after sitting so long. Wandered through all the sparkly things in duty free; shiny gold and silver palm trees, sultans and genie lamps all embedded with pretty red and green and blue glass.....a bower ...