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... found in its original location and is surrounded by the biggest traditional spices souq in Dubai, where you can find all kinds of herbs, tea, chocolate, saffron and incense that you could possibly imagine.
Back on the other side of the Creek, I walked through the stretches of grass, surrounded by the old mud houses, to the nearest metro station.
Direction: Downtown Dubai and the Dubai Mall. I ...
Well here we are sitting in the massive Dubai airport after completing the first leg of our journey home.
The flight from Munich to Dubai was uneventful and another excellent experience of flying Emirates.
This is the first time from Traci, Kate and Roy at Dubai airport, Nathan stopped here on his way back to Germany in December flying back from his dad's funeral and he had also passed through to and from Europe with his parents in ...
... free products and training on hair and makeup (no kidding!). Once we were back at HQ, we went into this dark high tech room with very important looking people. And important they were! They were the team responsible for tracking all their flights in real time. Their manager on-site was generous enough to explain all the codes and colours and charts to us, from which, I retained all of nothing! I could go on and on but at the end of the day, it was incredible ...
... t know how planes take off and land in those conditions, but they do !
From Port Rashid where we were docked, we could see the Burj Kalifa and quite a few tall buildings.
Once we were out of Port Rashid and travelling on Sheik Zayed Road, on the way to Abu Dhabi, in Dubai we passed many tall towers, hotels, offices, residential apartment complexes etc and could easily see the details of those buildings. ...
... I didn't really need it.
So then caught a taxi back to hotel and went to bed around 11.30. I don't know what time Allan turned the light out, but I have been awake since 5.30 and doing things quietly, it is now 6.40 and he is still asleep! I am sure he is catching up on all the times at home where he is getting up early every day for work, or a dog show somewhere. I am going to try out the gym when it opens at 8 and do some cycling and then will pack for our flight to Milan.