Shangri-La Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi
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May was a really good month! :)
It involved visitors (Nic & Sam), Justin Timberlake Concert, Dubai Brunch and much more!
1) Visit to Al Maryah Island (across from Al Reem Island)
This is a newly developed island with a new mall called The Galleria. It contains lots of nice shops and little cafes and resteraunts. We went for a wander around and took a few photos!
... in the sun. It was easy to cope with the heat when you were wet. Back at the hotel we had a shower and got ready for dinner. It was Raewyn's choice where to eat and we went to Hemingway's at the hotel. There was a bar and live music and a waiter from Nepal who couldn't stop talking. He was very friendly. Pieter had a Hemingway burger and Raewyn had a fajita. Food was great. Highly recommendable. Great food and great ...
We are currently 40,00ft over central Pakistan, approaching the end of what has been a fantastic adventure from start to finish. The Nepalese experience is one to be enjoyed by all, and the memory of this absolute mind boggling experience of this fantastic country will live with me forever. Nepal is an extremely poor country. 70% of the population live below the poverty line, unemployment is at 34%, the government doesn't ...
... Jo-burg we have developed a fondness for City Centre hop-on/hop-off buses. They are a quick way of getting to know a city and can take you to places that you cannot walk to in a sensible period of time (which will no doubt surprise those of you who know John often walks 15 hours around a new city). The Abu Dhabi bus stops are much less clearly marked than those in Jo-Burg. It was a struggle to find the stop where we would join the bus. On the map it was marked as opposite ...
Here is a little overview of what we have been up to since Thursday night (the equivalent of UK Friday night!) as for those who don't know, the UAE has a different weekend to the UK, theirs is Friday and Saturday. This weekend is coincidentally a public holiday as well on Sunday (today) which means for people working a lot of them get 3 days off! (Lets call it a bank holiday!)
So on Thursday night we decided to go to Porters pub which is in the hotel next door to us. We ...