Five Continents Cassells Beach Resort And Spa - Ghantoot
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... district. We both love being near or on water and this trip was no exception. We lay on deck, sprawled out on huge bean bags in the warm sun ogling at all the fantastical high rise hotels, apartments and office blocks. One building in particular stood out even though it is dwarfed by the Burj Khalifa. It is called the Cayan Tower, is 80 storeys high and twists through 90 degrees as it spirals up from the ground. Of course being Dubai "it is the tallest twisted ...
... grab a shower and snack. When I saw the announcement that their plane had arrived I made my way into the luggage carousel area to help them out by collecting their bags and of course the bike we needed to take to Kaz after our Africa trip. This was mum and dad's first time in Abu Dhabi and they looked a little lost and then surprised as they walked down and found me with everything. We made our way through customs, collected my bags and went to go to the ...
... for women. One must wear either pants or a skirt that comes to the ankle, long sleeves and wear a scarf over their hair, I did wear jeans and I did take a cardi with me however Mark decided that as you could still see I had boobs, I had the wear the hijab or I could not visit and as much as I despise what this garment represents I begrudgingly obliged, as they say, when in Abu Dhabi. This Mosque is truly magnificent, I have never seen anything so huge. It ...
... French movie adaptation of Beauty and the beast. We finally arrived in the Singapore airport and we had to get off the plane only to reboard the same aircraft 40 minutes later. We went for a walk through the airport and found a nice garden in the middle of the intersection (See pictures). After relaxing for a bit and stretching our legs we had to then get through the security again, I was forced to empty my bottle 2 minutes after filling it up. I looked the guard dead in the eyes and ...
... tightly. At one point the SUV was almost 90 degrees to the ground and was literally sliding side ways down a moosive dune. We had a lovely Spanish family in the car with us, and the mom was considerably animated and gave out high pitched screeches of fear and exhilaration every time we hit a big one. I was battling to breathe, let alone scream. Robs sat in the back laughing her head off and taking photos of me in a state of rigor mortis. Duning was followed by ...