The Meydan Hotel
Travel Blogs from Dubai
... Driver to go on our Desert safari. This included bashing over the sand dunes, watching falcon show, sunset pictures, riding a camel, eating scrummy BBQ food, watching a belly dancer, getting a henna tattoo on our wrists, star gazing in the middle of the desert and smoking a shisha. When we returned back it was time for bed.
Day 2 -
Christina had set out our breakfast for us :) and she ...
... wasn't necessary and he said he had to. I shouldn't even be seen with a bottle of water in public let alone drink it. I felt like a junkie or something who was desperate for a fix. I would literally find corners to hide in, or anywhere where I was somewhat hidden so I could snag a quick drink of water or throw down some peanuts. Then I would causally stroll away from the area like I was doing nothing wrong. I'm such a rebel. I was in a food court one ...
It has been a very long day today. Started with waking up at 3.30am Perth time to head for the airport. Managed to arrive by 4.30am in time to drop off bags and board the plane! The ten and a half hours went surprisingly quick - watched a few movies, slept, ate, more movies, more sleep!! Flying into Dubai is pretty amazing. Looking out at the desert is spectacular! As we were flying in every now and then a big piece of green land would pop up ...
80;тельн& #1086; аквар
80;ума и её обита
А потом мы больш 77; часа любов 72;лись
... a big thank-you and we were both taken back into the shop to which we told Wassim to “put it on plastic please...” Lets just add it to the debit we had enjoyed accumulating this year. And after a nice cup of coffee admiring the rock and exclaiming to one another “gee it looks sooo much bigger now doesn't it?”, Murray then wanted to know if he could buy a diving watch, but I told him with a frown that “thats not how it works” ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool