4 Palms Dubai
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... of Alita (no surprise there, she has nearly as many relatives as there were sand dunes) who took us to their place for a few hours before kindly driving us to Dubai. The drive was quite uneventful and crossing the border between Abu Dhabi and Dubai was only noticeable by a slight change in the road colour and the highway lights changed from a cluster of 6 lights to 2 lights. There is also a change in the presentation of the two states. Sheik Khalifya Bin Zayed Al Nahyan (the ...
... here waiting for our next flight, we are unable to go out and see any of it.
Standard "we are going away on holiday" selfie below. Just wait til the selfie stick comes out...
The in-flight movies were good. I have nothing further to say. I will check in once we arrive at our hostel in Cape Town.
... out which our guide said was in lieu of steel beams to make the coral / “cement” mix stronger.
Today, no-one lives in this area. The government of Dubai took over the area, restored it and now pretty much all of the former dwellings are used for restaurants or museums etc.
The function of a wind tower, there are two walls that meet, creating 4 corners. When the wind blows, the fresh ...
After a frantic dash to leave work at 1600 to get home, water the garden, shower, change and get to the station by 1700 our journey to LHR was uneventful and surprisingly slick with trains and coaches running on time, bag drop very straightforward (checked our one suitcase in via the 1st Class desk as no one was paying any attention at the premium economy booth), small security queues, and then we were airside. This time we ...
... Al Bawadi food, got half a ton of bread with it haha. We then played some mega drive and watched a documentry called Point and Shoot which was about a guy who goes travelling but he does a motorbike trip all around the middle east and ends up in afghanistan and then fighting with rebels in Libya...i thought my travels were hardcore ...