Sharjah Premiere Hotel & Resort
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The evening tour to the desert was definitely the highlight of our two days here. We were picked up from our hotel by the driver, in a Toyota Land cruiser with four others, 3 Belgiums and an Australian. Our first stop along the way was at the Arafat supermarket where we were told drinks and toilets were available. Of course this was a pretext for encouraging us to buy something. Denys was pounced on straight away and had a tea towel wrapped around ...
... but watching one of the divers being completely enveloped inside a stingrays embrace is worth arriving for feeding time.
Make sure you wear comfortable shoes for a visit to the mall (or uou can always use the Mall Taci service).... See photos, because its HUGE. Corridors stretch as far as the eye can see.
The mall also hosts a waterfall inside, from top to bottom. An ice rink.... A family entertainment centre and a 22 screen cinema. ...
Tuesday: this morning we left early to go to the airport. Back in business class now! I'm loving the luxury so much that I am actually looking forward to the plane trip home! At the airport we had a lovely breakfast in the Etihad lounge - Mo had the buffet and I had banana porridge with honey. Yum! Mo booked me in for a complimentary massage which I had after brekkie and that was lovely! I really don't know how we are going to manage long economy ...
Dubai Day 2 Shopping and Desert Survivors, Weather: 25 degrees and cloudy with drizzle. Concerns over the heat quickly evaporated when we left the hotel to walk to The Mall of the Emirates, a short five minutes walk away. Very pleasant weather. Well, Karinyup is big enough but that felt like the corner deli in comparison! Every name brand I could think of was there plus a million more that I had never heard of. Learning quickly that 'half strength long black with pouring cream on ...
... from prison seem easy. As a result, getting to Atmosphere would prove an extremely difficult task for anybody without a reservation. To put this in perspective, I think we had to show reservations and passports on several occasions; we had to be escorted into several lifts which could only be accessed via key-cards and through several locked doors, that were manned (from what I could tell) 24/7. Upon arrival you walk through the Armani Hotel, which sits at the base of ...
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