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... good, we watched some matches intently, mainly when Scotland were playing, and others with less interested, always with a beer or drink in our hand to keep us hydrated in the beating sun. The girls knew one of the boys playing for Scotland, Struan, they went to school with him, so we were all cheering and shouting when heh was playing. As expected Scotland didn't make it far. They one one of their four pool matches and therefore got eliminated, ...
... building in Dubai that still exists today. The fort was used to guard the landward approaches to the town from the raids of neighbouring tribes. It has also served, at various times throughout history as the ruler's palace, a garrison, and a prison.
Al Fahidi Fort is square-shaped with towers occupying three of its corners. It was built of coral rock and mortar in several phases. Just off the southern wall lie the remains of the city walls.
... day. We went to the beach which was gorgeous. It reminded Heather and I of what we think Miami or LA would look like. Very much oriented to the tourist and the beach lovers. We had brunch before doing some tanning and shopping. We also booked a tour for later in the evening. Around noon we headed back to the hostel to check in and put our bags into the locked room. This hostel is in dire need of updating. The locks on the lockers are mostly broken and the ...
... it's a tourist area there were hardly any as most go 30 minutes north, not much of a surfers paradise at all! In the evening we went out to the beachfront markets and had a look around. There wasn't too much there, again very touristy, but there were some people with macaws and reptiles doing shows which were interesting to watch and then entertainers in the street. We had another little look round the shops and then went for ...
... past posh boats and helicopters destined to take people for trips. I wondered if they were the ones used 'in the jungle'. We sailed under a large road bridge and on to the canals where all the posh houses are.
We moored for a cup of coffee and got the fishing rods out. I had a few goes and caught a lot of sea weed. Christine was as bad and we lost one of the lures on a pontoon! We motored on to another ...