Sharjah Premiere Hotel & Resort
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... and sandals to wedges and high heels. Even a colorful skirt peeking out from time to time as well. So perhaps they have fun getting dressed in the morning? I'd like to think so. Their cloaks are not all plain. For example, some are embroidered with black thread, others have black appliques, but all embellishment is subtle and in black. While I know there are steep religious and cultural differences between me and these women, ...
... but without the love story. I did have to put on a burka though before they would let me in. I also started to head down the men's side, and you would have thought I had a gun. Apparently, Rhianna was here to do a photo shoot, and they made her leave. These people do not mess around. However the mosque was worth it. It was one of the most beautiful things I have seen. Back to Dubai, and the Dubai Mall to see the fountain show, then go to ...
We arrived at terminal A and our flight to Dublin was leaving terminal C. The transport system between the terminals is very efficient so we were there quite quickly - by train. Didn't have much time - just enough to grab a coffee and check in. This flight left ...
Our day started with a tour around the city. The tour started near the Burj al Arab, we stopped at the Jumeirah Mosque, drove around the city and saw the Burj Khalifa (the tallest building in the world standing at 828 metres tall). It's very impressive. Unfortunately the air in Dubai is not very clear during summer so visibility wasn't that clear but we saw this building several more times during the day and you can't help but wonder at the sheer height of it. The haze ...
... was 184% faster then the free service. We find the paragraph that we both somehow missed on the Gov. Canada site stating “you must complete the Reciprocity fee payment online before entering the country”. Boom… Feeling like a couple of fools, we quietly sigh and immediately forgive the airline of any misplaced blame.
After applying online and sending the papers through to the agent so he can re-book us on the next flight, we sit in the ...