Exchanging Nepal's world of rickshaws and oxcarts for Dubai's land of super-cars and 5 star hotels was a rush to the dome. Upon arriving at our hotel, The Jumeriah Al Qasr Madinat, a string of flashy cars were parked out of front, including this blue Bugatti Veyron - a mid-engined demon with four turbos, ten radiators, and a top speed of over 250mph. With a price tag of $1.9 million, the car is right at home in the excessive car culture of desert Dubai. While I will do a proper story about it later, one interesting this about the car culture here involves the license plates. Lower is better, 7's are important, repeating numbers are important, and 5 digit plates are for commoners and pleabs. Here on this Bugatti is a 7700 plate number. The 7's mean it is likely owned by someone in the Jumeriah group. Frequently the plates are auctioned by current owners with "1" selling for over $14 million back in 2008. Just driving around Dubai, we saw "3" and "5," both on blacked out Mercedes G-wagons.