Tulip Inn Ajman
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... is old and the alleyways are not air conditioned here so it was hot, cold, hot, cold all the way as we wove inside and out of the gold shops. At least if we seemed interested we were offered cold water or drinks all the way. A few designs and pieces were considered then we went off to the Burj as it seemed to be clearing up a little. This building is beside metro which opened into a shopping centre. Sounds simple right - but the walk into the shops was 20 ...
... is a city within a city, with numerous high rise buildings. The Mall of the Emirates is another very modern shopping extravagance, containing pretty much every major brand from around the world, after skiing we went to 'The Cheesecake Factory' made famous from The Big Bang Theory, had an excellent BBQ Burger with Fries. For the first time tonight we used the rooftop swimming pool and tried out the spa facilities, lying by the pool in swimmers at 10pm in the pitch ...
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... Chinese man running down the corridor shouting 'washroom!' Did he not notice the 'washrooms' on the 124th floor!! I then headed to Al hallab' in the mall for Arabian food. My bad ......... I should have left and found a local place to eat. I suppose it was like the. Dubai version of a Marston's pub! First shop or restaurant I have been in whereby I have had to wander in and locate my own table. I asked the waiter what ...
... car and they were so funny. Rob and I both got to sit in the front, we stopped for photos out in the desert then again right on sunder but unfortunately we could barely see the sun because of the haze. Once the sun went down it was still incredibly hot but bearable. At 7pm when the sun hit all our guides went nuts drinking and eating, it was the end of Ramadan so they were pretty happy! On to camp and a Camel ride, photos with the falcon and ...