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... the next couple days! (I'm sure your imaginations' will run wild with that information!!)
On Sunday 4th Oct we got a lift with Melissa and had a walk around Jumeira Lakes. Still ridiculously hot so visited several air conditioned supermarkets and metro stations to cool down. On Monday we went with Melissa to check out the wholesale fruit and veg market. None of us were impressed as the produce didn't look that great and seemed too highly priced, although we did get a ...
... same discussion we had a day before with Jo Lloyd, a partner at Nina and Pinta, a training and consulting company based out of the U.K. Having moved to Doha to work in a senior position at Qatar Airways several years ago, she had plenty of stories about how she was treated as a woman. She said that hiring her was a "stroke of genius" on the airline's part because a man would not have gotten away with many of the bold ...
... was around 14 hours. We had a few hours sleep which was good, Jonny started on the second Lord Of The Rings, and I watched the rest of Luther. I wasn't even that hungry, but we got another dinner... I'm not complaining though! We both had the chicken, which wasn't as nice as our first dinner, but was still nice. The carrot cake made up for it too! They even came round with pies as well not long after, but I was half asleep and Jonny was fast asleep so ...
... and from the Desal plants of which there are 6 in Dubai … or perhaps the UAE … I forget !!
On we drove with more buffeting from the wind and the sand. Shehnaaz talked about Abu Dhabi being a “newer” city than Dubai and is at the stage where Dubai was about 16 years ago.
She said that there was a difference in the colour of the roads and the lights once we crossed the ...
... scary, but very exciting sometimes feeling as if we were going to tip over. I did feel a bit sick when focussing on the camera too much. Again was great being in the front seat, tho the Brazilian guy said he loved being in the 3rd row of seats cos he could really feel the drift there.
Then we stopped at a camel farm and the camels came to the fence and were quite friendy so we could pat them.
Then drove to our camp. Got to ride a ...