Ahmedia Heritage Guest House
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... slept the night before due to anticipation, I was shattered to say the least (I would soon learn that I didn't really know the definition of tired until now...) I headed over to the Dubai Mall, which is effing HUGE by the way, and pretty much just sat with a smoothie waiting for it to open.
After a quick nosey round, at 11am I headed up to the Burj Khalifa aka THE TALLEST BUILDING IN THE WORLD. I was pretty psyched about this. Until I got up there that is. After scaling ...
... and finally a wine after 8pm when it was allowed. We had Henna tattoos, bit of a worry because mine is up my hand and it won't come off for 10 days so will be there for work, oops! Rob tried Shista. We had a ball, thankfully because we were worried it was going to be too hot but it was ok. So that's it, end of the trip and we are glad to be going home to the kids although dreading the flight. I'm typing this as we take off, 16 hours in the air, ...
... there is no Pork in Dubai at all by the way). Unfortunately we couldn't even be naughty and have a piece of amazing cheesecake as we were too full :-( next time though! (a side note - this was officially the latest dinner we have ever had! By the time we got to the mall and was served it was 11.05pm haha!!!! Also you cannot buy alcohol at any restaurant either - the only place that sells it are Hotel bars! They've got the market under the thumb ...
... but I got no plans of doing nothing. Straight make to Dubai Mall and this time I went Snowboarding. My first time. And certainly not me last. Only 150 direm (£26) for an hours tuition that got me going down slopes within 30 mins.
Brunch / Drunch – All the tumors you have ever heard od Dubai and drinking restrictions well…. Rubbish! It started at midday all you can eat and drink for 4 hours (Any alcohol). One plate of fod and about 30 ...
... of the camels is 1 year old whilst the other one is 10 months or he could have been saying that 1 camel ride is 10 dirham. Or maybe he was trying to sell us a camel!! In these circumstances we found it best to keep smiling, nod and walk slowly away.
I had seriously thought about buying a dish dasher and a khaffiyah to go native while we are here in the Middle East however whilst we were having lunch the following spectacle made me change my mind. Approaching us were ...