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31 January, 2007

High life, low life

TV Terry is back in the sandlands, on a themed high life:low life holiday.

The high life includes some alpine excercise on the snowy slopes of Ski Dubai, where Terry excels at the reverse snow-plough - the quickest way to do the splits on skis. Other lofty attractions include the 50-storey glass lifts at Emirates Towers, a balloon ride high up over the Creek, and brunch at the very peak of the Burj Al Arab with its panoramic views of The Palm.

The low life involves a safari in the narrow alleyways and dive bars of the Golden Sands area, taking in Bur Dubai's increasingly endangered nocturnal wildlife, potholing in Cyclones and whatever what-was-the-Arif-Castle is now, and tunnelling through the shady souqs in hope of excavating some cheap souvenirs.

All the way up, and all the way down.

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello,

Congratulations on your great blog.

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01 February, 2007 12:34  
Anonymous md said...

That's the norm in every country. You have the highs and the lows. In India, you see the poorest living on footpaths, while the rich live in extreme luxury. Nothing exlusive to Dubai I guess.

02 February, 2007 19:59  

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