Ascott Park Place Dubai
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... this trip in one word?
OPTIONAL. Strange word choice I hear you say. Well not really. Let me explain.
In essence, everything in Europe is optional.
* Traffic Lights (cars can stop if they want - or not, its optional)
* Pedestrian Crossings (some cars stop, some do not - its optional, in fact, actually using the pedestrian crossings, as a pedestrian is touch and go and totally up to the individual as to whether they want to risk life ...
... Largest Aircraft ever built) of about 81 of them. They have over 200+ nationalities in their HQ and the cabin crew community speaks over 160 languages – All these numbers stack up to differentiate them from Etihad Airline. Emirates product focuses on delivering high quality service for everyone, with their huge fleet of 234 aircraft, whereas, Etihad has targeted itself for luxury travel and provides top notch services to its customers.
... way through to the seaside promenade and beach. It was luxuriously beautiful but way too hot to enjoy. Weary from 20 minutes in the heat, we dragged ourselves back to the air conditioning of the bus to continue our tour.
At the Dubai Mall, we changed buses to complete the old Dubai part of the tour. The ruling family Sheikh Maktoum, realized the importance of creating a port as well as diversifying the economic base; first with the ...
... degree weather was more than welcome! Clearly being in no rush, we departed the plane last, and slowly waddled to immigration which was located miles away. We hadn't made transfer arrangements, as we weren't sure what the best option was. As it turned out, the Metro station went past out terminal, opened at 6am and stopped about 700mts from our hotel. So that was a no brainer! Just to be clear, this hotel was a deluxe serviced apartments and in all honesty, we had blown our ...
... on the ground in Newark. I would have kissed the ground, but then remembered what it’s like to be hospitalized for infection, and waited for my dad and brother to get me. Trip done. Mark toast.
In all, it was clearly productive for business, albeit Kuwait was DOA. And I met some fascinating people (as I always do when I go out into the world, because people are just plain cool!) The Middle East was not what I expected in terms of “character” of each of ...