4 Palms Dubai
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... that stands over water, measuring just over 1000ft.high. Next stop was the Jumeriah Mosque, one of the most photographed places in Dubai & a fine example of Middle Eastern architecture. Next we went to a courtyard house, these houses were built from coral bricks and in the courtyard there is a large tree to provide shade and all the room are built around the courtyard. The doors are small so as not to allow to much hot air to come in. Today ever ...
... Michele, Debby said OOOh! when the camel stood up and she nearly fell off.
The evening ended with an Arabian dinner under the stars. The kibbi was excellent but not as good as Stephen Joseph's, next came fatouch and then a dinner of chicken and lamb. After dinner we were treated to a dessert of the sweetest donuts I ever ate then we reclined on cushions to smoke a shesha (hooka.)
... toilet built into the far edge of the bed with a sliding hole for men built at about where your waist would be while prone. You do your business without ever leaving the bed. It's clean, no muss no fuss, you slide the top back over the hole and back to sleep you go.
Coors Beers cans have "Blue Mountains" made from chromatic ink that show blue when the beer reaches optimal drinking temperature. This is usually around 43 to 50 degrees. For ...
... 8211; what had we let ourselves in for? After letting down the tires, we entered the dunes area and proceeded to hurtle over and round sand dunes at an angle I was convinced was impossible to maintain. Surely cars can’t travel at 45° without rolling over? But they do, and as I was in the front seat I used everything I could find to hang on to!
I finally relaxed and started to enjoy it – and what ...
... spent much of our time since leaving the ship seeing as much as we can. Once back in SA, I will complete the blog. Sorry about the lack of recent blogging, but we have been too busy wringing the last bit f fun out of our trip.
More to come in te next week.