Tulip Hotel Apartments
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... be that Catpoocino from Indonesia.
Tha Supermarket (French Carrefours) was brilliant. It was packed. People do seem to have monotonous diet! I saw a fellow by 24 chickens and nothing else.
The cars in the carpark were amazing. Like I said, the type, condition and age of the cars on the road says a lot about the state of the economy. All the usual italian ones are around. I also saw a brand new Roller ...
... waved down an oncoming taxi and pleaded my case 'help me please, you help me'... he allowed us to follow him until we were around the corner from the THE MOST POPULATED AND TOURISTY PLACE EVER, so he got a big fat tip and our cabbie got an admonishing stare and some mean spirited words ... our room overlooks the Palm Jumeirah, with the Burj Al Arab in the distance... wwwweeeee...you need to Google that stuff cause it's crazy! I'm going to see if i can make a convert out ...
... and spectacular scenery. We also explored the many forts of Oman and did some off-roading amongst the Tombs of Bat which date from 2000-3000 BC. Our final major stop in Oman was Jebal Shams, the highest point in Oman and amazing purely for the views it offers of Wadi Ghul 'the Grand Canyon on the Middle East'.
Before travelling further east we stopped again in the UAE, this time in the city of Abu Dhabi. This was an extremely important stop as the city is ...
... the Palace for a drink or 2 and the most spectacular water spectacle I have ever experienced. The spectacle is choreographed to symphonic classics that sent a chill down my spine and put a tear in my eye. My final day in Dubs was kick started with a fresh fruit platter in bed and an EPIC SUP around the Burj al Arab. I got to see it up close from every angle in short bursts, while trying to stay on my SUP :) Sentiments..... Sure, Dubai is a man made ...
... and we enjoyed the rest of the evening watching traditional dancing in an Arabic camp in the desert! Ben enjoyed the belly dancers and I even got up on stage to try a traditional twirling dance myself! :D Although I could only twirl for 10 seconds before feeling dizzy whilst the dancers have to do it for at least 5 minutes! On our last morning we packed up our cases and made our way to the airport for our last flight back to the UK! When we arrived at the gate the ...