Waterfront Hotel Apartments
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... a man and his two children were refusing to sit and put on seatbelts. Captain threatened them and apparently that got sorted but made us late into Dubai. Just as well we have 3 hours between flights but now find that our flight is also running late. So all up we will still have a 3 hour wait. Ah well....... Thoughts of cruising coast of Croatia will keep us going. Next stop Frankfurt. Free Wi Fi at Dubai is only for Internet or Emirates app so will have to send this ...
... of the major tourist attractions in Dubai so after cooling down in the air con some more we set off for the Burj Al Arab.
The walking was long and it was hot, thankfully there were more bus stops to cool down at and it was actually a slightly cloudy day so we weren’t directly in the sunshine but it was a mission and a half. Out the front of the Burj Al Arab there is a water park and as we approach it we see a stop sign for the buses we ...
... a concept which is so backwards for a 'civilised' and developed part of the World. We arrived to our hotel at about 11pm and headed to our 'twin' room and went straight to bed. The next morning we did a bit of research into Dubai and what we should do for the day. We were surprised to find out that over 70% of people living in Dubai are not native to the UAE, what a strange place, perhaps the first of which we wouldn't experience a clear culture. We ...
... get from home to my work desk in about 25 minutes. I like that it gets me moving early with 20 min of walking and stairs, it feels great. This commute will only last another week or two before I begin the further commute to Basra... simply waiting for my Iraq Visa.
Mike has also been walking a lot because he found a particular (and far) market that he likes.. ...
... a wild ride over the dunes to see Sand Gazells and the Oryx, a goaty sort of animal, which has been saved from extinction with the creation of the UAE Wildlife Refuge. This was followed by a display of falconry under a brilliant desert sunset.
The whole thing was filmed by a drone with videos for sale afterwards.
Next we were taken to a desert camp where we enjoyed camel rides before dinner ...