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... hearing a story like this from a Dubai woman while we were in Fiji once.
Next stop was a quick one to take photos of a Mosque. Of more interest to many was a Ferrari parked on the road a couple of metres away from our bus. Most of the passengers in our bus were draping themselves over the car so their photo could be taken. There was no sign of the owner - maybe he's used to it, but I would have been pretty cross. It took us back ...
... catastrophes struck the town during the 1800s. First, in 1841, a smallpox epidemic broke out in the Bur Dubai locality, forcing residents to relocate east to Deira. Then, in 1894, fire swept through Deira, burning down most homes.
... from the staff at the airport who looked annoyed and bored when you approached them for information or to get your passport checked. One of the workers at immigration desk kept making the people in his line go back to the end of the line....I am not sure why and was just glad I wasn't in his line. That is one good difference about Singapore - people are generally pretty friendly and generous with their smiles. Once checked into the ...
... no wandering around getting hot and sticky like before! Among all the shops, eateries and anything else you can think of it, it's also home to the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. 80 AED will get you basic access but the ticket prices rise to the thousands if you want to go diving in one of the largest salt water aquariums in the world. It has a tunnel running through it that is 50 meters long! The main viewing panel holds the title of the largest in the world at ...
... watching too. Stayed there till mid afternoon before getting a bite to eat at The Cheesecake Factory (piece of pizza and Greek salad). Mitch was craving a piece of cheesecake but in the end we didn't even have any of this famous fare! Had a wander around a few shops before returning it the cool comfort of our hotel to relax for a few hours. Went downstairs door happy hour (a couple of Merlots), no dinner tonite, not hungry just ...