Sharjah Grand Hotel
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... me a little bit of extra time to think and really contemplate. I don't want to send anything to him until I still felt the same for a while. I packed my bag, checked out of my hotel, and headed out. I decided my first stop was to send another package home. My bag quickly gains weight so fast, and anytime I have the chance to unload a few items, I need to take advantage of that. Right across the street from the post office is the Dubai Museum. It is ...
... easily here and at the beginning of the afternoon the sun came out. I could only hope for great weather at the top. The At-the Top-experience is to be accesses through the Dubai Mall. I had a ticket for 5 p.m. and managed to be there way before. So I went to the que by 4:45, to be greeted by a clown to entertain the crowd and some wise words of the Ruler printed on the wall. It took me almost an hour to reach the elevator. The elevator is a ...
... From there, we caught the tram to the metro, and were reminded that the standard time for any distance in Istanbul is 2 hours... it took us much longer to get to the airport than expected, but we arrived with 20 min left to board.
2. And then there was 45 min delay for take-off! The 4 hour flight was fine, and we watched both "Wreck it Ralph" (very sweet and funny) and re-watched "Brave". The more adult movie selections were limited ...
... on the river. Bateaux Cruise and had a great meal with them. Easy night chatting away about all sorts of things. The service was slow and we couldn't get any alcohol till 8.30 till the boat was on the move and that just about killed the guys. Didn't bother me. Food was nice. Got home at 11.45. They had to get up early the next day. She was going AbuDabi and he was going to Kuwait so they will be tired. Dubai a real mixture of people. Full of Indians, ...
I'm headed home today after two and a half weeks in the Middle East. My first leg takes me back to Doha as the company will only fly me from where the show closed. A short 45 minute hop on FlyDubai. Customs was crowded in Doha and standing in line I was a bit worried about re-entering the country on the same visa. I had a feeling it was single entry. Of course my feelings were legitimate because I could not re-enter on the visa. I had to pay 100 riyals or 27 USD to get ...