Samaya Hotel Deira
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Room service
- Breakfast Available
- Swimming pool
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... t good enough for him to use as samples!). We've had various outings to fetch fake grass, paving slabs and small pebbles to do up the back garden which was initially just covered in sand. Now, a lot of people might get some workers to do the work, especially in this heat, but Scott and Matt slaved away for several days after the sun went down and have created a beautiful new garden! Scott had 2 extra days off for Eid during our second week, so we went to ...
Gidday to all! Big day out today in Abu Dabhi. Early start to the day with an early morning wake up time of about 4:30am. Still a bit unsettled after the flight and the long day yesterday. Stella slept well until she heard her dads voice just before Clint left for work. Vicki joined us for a chat before we got ready to hit the Tram and the Metro to embark on our days outing to Abu Dabhi.
On our arrival at The Mall of the Emirates we settled for a ...
... timber trading vessels being built at the river bank boat yard, we had to investigate. Dubai still thrives in old style local cargo. Large traditional style timber vessels are manually loaded with all sorts of goods, then often with a few old cars popped on top, to trade around the gulf, from Oman, to Pakistan, India to Kuwait.
... of the Emirates only has 500 outlets. The Dubai Mall also a full size ice rink in the middle, an aquarium and a zoo.
We then decided to go to the Dubai Miracle Gardens, OMG, this is amazing and a must see attraction only 30 dirham each (A $10) to enter. Photo's do not do this place justice.
Arrived back at the hotel around 3pm and hit the lobby bar for a couple of cold drinks and a club sandwich. A couple of hours rest in ...
... on their culture trait (a single element of norma practice in a culture, such as the wearing of a turban), we found out that people who come visit Dubai should dress up modestly especially if they are going to be walking around looking at sites around Dubai. If you aren’t dressed up appropriately then people around would start to question who you are and where you come from. Since we found out about this ahead of time we brought maxi skirts to wear ...