Sharjah Premiere Hotel & Resort
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So 7 1/2 hrs Melbourne -Dubai I figured I'd keep my back pack down under the seat in front so had access to my ipad and my patchwork to fill in the time. Not quite what happened as quilting come out at all as lights all out except when we were being fed and the over head was too bright for those sleeping so played on ipad. When I wanted to stretch my self out I couldn't due to bag in the way.... Bad mistake so for the next 7hr trip I got ipad out of the back pack and put bag ...
... to hit up Ibn Battuta Mall, since it was the closest to the end of the line. I still got to the mall an hour before the shops opened, but the actual mall was open, so I decided to walk around some. Each area of the mall is designed to match a theme. There were all kinds of themes in this mall from Egyptian to Persian to Indian to Chinese. I was wondering why there were so many themes and then I saw a poster outlining Ibn Battuta's travels, and how he went through all these places. ...
... m going out to Sri Lanka with SLV, to do volunteer work which will include English and sports coaching. One of my friends, Max, went last year and said he thought that I would like it as well, and having not been travelling like this before I thought why not, so here I am :) Met up with Holly at Gatwick airport which was good as we were the only two on the flight and it had over a two hour delay, which did mean we got a ...
... but emirates did a great job. Getting through passport control was slow. All staff were really good and polite but it took an hour and a half and after 36 hours it was quite uncomfortable. Passing through customs was thorough but quick. (I'd got the cleanest golf shoes ever) Colin met us at the airport. We were taken to the car hire ...
Dubai might be listed as an Arab city,but you could not tell it by being here. It is LA, New York City, and Chicago all rolled into one. And if you really look hard you might see a real Arab walking around; otherwise it is someone from somewhere else. We heard over 90 % of the 2.8 million people living in Dubai are expatriates.
Is it westernized? We were able to buy Garrett's carmel corn (famous Chicago carmel corn) at ...