Samaya Hotel Deira
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Dubai. This is not a place where sacred ground remains hallowed. But, it did give me a sense of HUMAN traditions, purposes, motivations and connectedness. THOSE are all good things. But, I have turned into a 73 year old man whose hair has continued to fall out in the last two few months, and whose body is rebelling left and right. And yet, somehow I get through, I make it, I find the good in ****** moments, I pull myself together when I want to cry and run…..I guess I’m an adult after all. Who knew????
... will smash your swede! :) Candy Crush- I have been well and truly sucked in, this game is amazing and you WILL become addicted. No lights internally and due to some lack of power, all food for the breakfast was spoiled so they gave us all a bag of crisps and M and M's each! They did follow with breakfast vouchers for the Airport Terminal where Kirsty ( bless her!!) got up at 4 am to meet us at 5.30am at the Airport!( ...
... There were heaps of these dhows on both sides of the Creek. Most on the Sourthern side were floating restaurants, but the ones on the Northern side were used to carry cargo to other countries including India, Pakistan, Yemen and Eastern Africa as well as other Arabian countries. Absolutely amazing the amount of goods and how they are loaded onto these dhows. Has to be seen to be believed. The ...
... so it wasn't as hot. The water was lovely and warm at a temperature of 29 degrees. We didn't spend to long at the pool though as we wanted to go to a shopping centre called 'The Mall of the Emirates' which has an indoor, mad made snow hall in it. To get to the mall we took the metro which is a train that goes under and above ground through the city. It was quite an interesting experience and did surprise me. When the train got to the station ...
... set up with low tables and large cushions & carpets everywhere. The food was pretty tasty - traditional Arabic food, plenty to choose from. I wasn't so sure of the Okra curry - as the texture was a little mushy haha...but other than that it was delicious :-). Surprisingly enough they had a bar too - so we thought we should partake in our first holiday drink so Heinekens it was!
Gaz and I had our first ever camel ride too - and geeee when they ...