Tulip Inn Sharjah
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... keep a look out. The next time I go to Dubai I'll hopefully be able to schedule in seeing a show.
Since writing these reviews I've been directed to some other, better metal from here. For example, Merciless Times by Myrath and Let the Truce be Known by Orphaned Land.
Dubai is business. I've been wanting to visit, maybe even work, in the place for almost a decade now. It was good to finally ...
... hub in the middle east so that when oil slows up they will still have a city and an economy to continue on with. This has lead to a 24 hour a day building boom with 820m skyscrapers being beside bare desert which will soon be developed too, it is hard to know how much more development can be feasible. We toured the indoor aquarium and lost cambers of Atlantis at the Atlantis Hotel on the Palm Island, then went through the ...
... a city that has it all? We caught the hop on hop off Bus Tour to get a better idea of what else there was to see in Dubai in preparation for the next few days in the city. In the evening we headed to the Creek which is the historical part of Dubai and visited the Old Souk which was mostly textiles and clothing. It was a weird experience as it was pretty dead, and there were hardly any tourists about. Sunday was Ash's birthday. We woke up in time for breakfast, headed back ...
... She finally got the exposure to photography she has been waiting for, something she never got at home. Probably she will have to out the camera down once she gets back home sadly enough. I hope she doesn't because she really has potential. She has a big year coming up at Imperial College. We both have big years coming up. At Tiffany's lounge on New Year's Eve we toasted to 2013 - the biggest year of our lives. What a fantastic start. The beginning of a new life. Now lets see where this ...
On leaving the Mall, Jake took us to get a close up of the Burj Al Arab commonly known as the Arab Sail. It is a 7 star hotel that rises out of a man-made island and can be seen from many parts of Dubai. Surprisingly, it was raining. Jake lived here for a whole year before he saw rain and we were experiencing it after 3 days. If you thought traffic in Dubai was crazy on a normal day then add the variant ...
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