1st days are usually the *exploring the city days*. But exploring and walking on the roads can be done at night, days are for adventures, that's what Dad says.
As soon as we stepped into the luxurious land of Dubai, we were taken to our hotel. Rollo Residency, one of the most decent and luxurious hotels. And best if you are an Indian, especially Gujarati. The rooms are full of Gujjus there, theplas and dhoklas aroma is all what we had.
After done jumping on the bed, we had our first lunch at the Rollo Restaurant. Omg, that was a Gujarati Thali, and it was huge,I swear. Point to be noted, it was better than any thali we had in Gujarat itself. It costed about Rs700 per person, but I must say, worth it if you are a Gujju food fan.
We spent the afternoon in the swimming pool at the hotel. Warm and cosy, but we had better plans ahead.
At 5, we left for the Desert Safari. Have you had Desert Safari before? I say with surity, that can never be better than what I had. As soon as we reached the spot, we had Range Rovers standing for us. We got into them, and the drivers greeted us. We were at almost 120 km/h at the desert slopes and valleys, with a never-ending beautiful adventure. I swear, the ride was the best. Like we jumped from 15 feet high in the car, amazing it was.
We had some good time wearing the Burkhas and riding Desert cars, whatever they are called, and some shows and proper Italian food which to be honest, no one liked. We Indian are made up of spices, we can't eat that watery colorless food, right?
We were there for about 4-5 hours enjoying the open weather and the beautiful belly dance. A must-visit.
We left for the hotel at 10 and had theplas for dinner, lol.