Residence&Spa at One&Only Royal Mirage Dubai
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... building in the world. All around it are lakes where musical fountains play. We went to a special restaurant where we had lovely fresh fish and prawns as we watched the fountains. Nanny liked The Magnificent Seven music best. Dubai is a special place indeed. All the shops stay open and you can go shopping at midnight if you want to. By the time midnight came we were all ready for bed, especially Oscar! He went home to sleep in his big boy bed for the first time. I hope he slept well! ...
After stopping off back home for a few great weeks with friends and family back in the UK, we're back on the road again! So, we pick up the action at the beginning of Part 2 of our travels - first stop, the not so backpacker friendly city of Dubai.
As a necessary stop on the way to Asia, and a great stepping stone into the Middle East we embraced the absurd and outrageous for 5 days. We explored the enormous shopping malls - skiing in the Mall of the Emirates ...
... with every label you could imagine. Many exclusive shops I felt too intimated to enter. We have a beautiful 5 star motel, no doubt the most luxurious of our trip. We booked a 24 hour hop on hop off bus. On the first day we did the Jemirah beach run. This went to a couple of shopping malls, and out to the beach developments. The opulence of the place is unbelievable. Apparently the city consumes 500 million gallons of water a day. 90% of which is sourced from desalinated sea ...
... Diana and were a lot of fun.
We were driven along the motorway out of Dubai towards Sharjah where we stopped at a tourist store. On entering the store were talked into being dressed as Arabs and photos were taken. It was all a bit of fun and then John and I went Quad bike riding for about 20 minutes over the sand dunes.Kate decided against it. John was the fastest bike on the hill with him driving like a maniac. There were heaps of people around when ...
... enough time to go in there because we had booked a desert safari and I felt sick on the way so mum and I stopped while the others continued. The safari included dune bashing, camel riding, food and watching some people dance.It was really fun and I would love to do it ...