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Not again your thinking....well it's not every day your 40. And what a way to start the trip, flying from London to Dubai on a Emirates A380. This baby is enormous. Two continuous floors, with showers and cabins on the upper deck (1st & business class only), but we had the pleasure of walking the entire lenght of the upstairs before going in …
... We couldn't wait to get off of the plane.
The airport in Dubai, was very nice! One huge duty free shop. You name it you could buy it. The most popular shops were those selling chocolates made in the USA or Europe. I have never seen people buying so much chocolate - I mean hundreds of dollars worth. Who would have thought that a store would have an entire wall of just Kit-Kat's? All size bags and boxes. I guess US chocolates are a huge gift.
... host Tumie (shout out to her for letting 2 random strangers to stay in her room for almost 2 months!) and my companion/bum-touching partner Lizz, I got into a taxi and headed over to the bus station in Botswana. After crossing the boarder between Botswana and South Africa (whilst acquiring more stamps for my passport - win!) and having to take all my luggage out of the bus for the SA immigration to scan it using the world's smallest and probably worst ...
... buildings and malls use air conditioning that is often cooler than needed. So this country is an ecological horror and noone seems to mind. And really without all this energy Dubai would not exist in its modern form. Car ownership is more than 2 per person.
The Mall of Emirates has a ski field where we saw skiers in full gear taking the chair lifts to the top ...
... little time! We get whiffs of frankincense, chamomile, saffron and bay. They all seem to coalesce and waft over our heads. We see shop after shop with tall sacks of herbs and spices, open and inviting our inspection. The sacks are a rainbow of colors with spectacular blues, oranges, purples, and reds. Shopkeepers try to get us to stop and purchase. Tourists and locals squeeze past each other in the narrow alley, trying to determine which ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking