The H Hotel
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This city is in stark contrast to where we have been over the last couple of months. Only a handful of buildings in Dubai predate the 1980’s. The country was only formed in 1971 when it became part of the United Arab Emirates. Prior to this it was a small fishing and pearling village Before then The discovery of oil in 1968 changed its economy forever and took the influx ...
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 ...
... be getting cultured and seeing stuff? Well three reasons. 1. It’s in the middle of a mall. 2. It boasts the world’s largest acrylic panel in as part of their main tank. 3. For a certain price, they let you go diving in their main tank. While researching things to do during the trip, I came across the Aquarium website and noticed that you can go diving with the sharks. As an avid scuba diver, I thought "hmm interesting, my log book would look good with an ...
... heading off but he was more interested in his morning snack than any cuddle. Traffic was a breeze and actually, the check-in with Emirates was fast too.
Since the chance of getting business class on the evening Qantas flights was looking poorly, it made more sense to just fly economy on the early morning Emirates flight. Even though I wasn't given a guaranteed ticket yet, it was only a fifteen minute wait before finding out I was on. Then after a quick farewell to Ted, it ...
... out and sleep/rest/shut eyes. The last vain hope of more comfort was thrown at a young steward while he was busy getting the galley ready, and he promised to check out what might be done with a wink. Perhaps I should've illustrated the family scenario more. After take-off, he came back and apologised that there were several others hoping for a similar deal, so it couldn't be accommodated. However, downstairs was empty as and he suggested we head there and ...