Park Hotel Apartments
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... and the end of their nomad ways and building a free-trade safe port at Dubai with Persian and Indian merchants dealing in spices, gold, textiles etc. After visiting the museum we wandered through the original souk (markets) along the "creek", the tidal estuary that allowed the dhows to ship their goods. We crossed the creek in ancient wooden water taxis and transversed the gold market without a purchase. A Pakistani restaurant for lunch and then visits to the Atlantis Hotel at ...
... so called because the items for sale are not products from the UAE and the stalls are mainly run by Iranians.
The boat ride was short but pleasant and we passed quite a few old Dhows which our guide told us were being used for export/ import between India and other nearby countries, sometimes taking 7-10 days depending on weather etc.
We disembarked our boat ride after a few minutes and then ...
... security and concierge staff delightfully directed us to the adjacent Dubai Mall to seek passage to the top. We tried, but couldn't get up to the observation deck - the tickets sell out days in advance. So we enjoyed what we could of the mall - including a lot of people-watching - and returned to the airport. I think we all had a wonderful and memorable experience. ...
The Burj Khalifah even up close is an amazing design, engineering and construction. The colours the sun reflects and its position in location in Dubai was cleverly thought of. Unlike cities such as London where towers are tightly built next to each other; in Dubai the towers are well spaced out; clever city ...
What can I say, AMZING. Huge big shopping centre with everything in on location. I am told that the Hall of Emirates is only on of many such malls in Dubai. Then again, there isn't that much to for the locals to do here.
All the low level jobs (a lot are in hospitality and tourism) are done by Pakistanis, Bangladeshis and Filipinos. The local arabs are too posh to work. They don't have because of the handouts given by ...