Sharjah International Airport Hotel
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Ich komm trotzdem nicht wieder.
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It's so high tech, insane! Everything is glass with Palm trees and waterfalls, all a foreign language, but it's fun to see people staring at us all. I probably look sketchy; got taken aside to be searched. Oh well.
... not bad either! In Dubai we passed through security and made our way straight to gate B15, about half an hour later we were boarding our next flight to London Heathrow!! We had great seats (at the back so we could fully recline). Unfortunately we were delayed for nearly an hour while sat on the plane as a few passengers hadn't boarded in time so their baggage had to be taken off the plane!! When we were finally in the air it took about 7 hours to get to ...
... chairs or rugs- they'd obviously done this before. As we still had a few hours before midnight we went in search of a nice beverage to toast the new year in with. Although in the area of the Burj Al Arab, only 6 or 7 very small cafés and takeaway shops existed in that vicinity and there were hundreds of people all wanting food and drinks (no where sold alcohol of course). We opted for a cup of tea and picked some snacks up from a tiny newsagents before claiming a great ...
... being set off all over the place. To our enormous surprise the hotel upgraded us to a suite which is enormous and really lovely. We're so annoyed that we only have one night here! I reckon that we could fit about 4 of the hotel rooms that we had in Turkey into just this suite. The long flight home is tomorrow morning and we arrive in Perth at 1.30am - ...
... for you.
Hench the city is long and thin, coastline real estate is at premium here. If your hoping to get around on foot, forget it, Dubai is not designed for pedestrians, there is a public transport system, but being relatively new, its doesn't serve much of the city. You can walk around the Marina, but otherwise you will have to rely on taxis.
Secondly the heat, well right now its averaging 40 degrees, cooling to about 35 at night. Stepping out ...