Sharjah Heritage Hostel

Sharjah Heritage Area Al Meena Road (behind Al Zahra'a Mosque), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah


A travel blog entry by tonyschindler


... with more variety of merchandise. Are we the lucky country still? MMMMMMM? I have been proven wrong in my expectations and preconceptions in regards to Dubai and it's people. Both Lee and myself felt safe and at no time were we made to feel intimidated or at risk. There are private security guards at the doorways to most shops and at the entrances to the centers themselves. At our hotel the security man, name- Thank God Keime, truly, from an African nation, took down ...

Dubai - it's really freaking' hot out here.

A travel blog entry by tuckerman4


... We visited some indoor souks, saw Ski Dubai - one of the worlds largest indoor ski slopes, and then headed over to see the it...the Burj Khalifa.

22 hours in Dubai was the perfect end to our adventure and now we are headed home. It's a 14 hour flight, so we are ready to settle in, get some sleep, and watch some movies. We plan to see you all soon!

My final thoughts:

Looking back at the past 10 days, there are a few ...

Life is a Journey: only you hold the map. Dubai

A travel blog entry by suejohnston22


We arrived in Dubai late Sunday night. About 24 hours after getting out of bed and 8,970 kilometres later.
Dubai is a city of such juxtapositions. Lush, green resorts and water features abound, yet surrounded by the arid sands of the Arabian Desert. Architecture varies from the traditional minarets of mosques, government supplied housing compounds, enormous shopping centres and futuristic structures of various shape, angle and height...boasting the tallest building in ...

Vegas by any other name…

A travel blog entry by bdsaly


... flyover states” or the English “north of Watford”! Native-born Emiratis are a class apart. There aren’t many of them – 200,000 out of a total population of 8 million, but they are provided with free healthcare, education, land and housing, the latter after they marry and have the first child (6 children is still common, encouraged by a government trying to push native population growth). Foreigners have no opportunity to acquire ...

Dubai One

A travel blog entry by marg.goddard


... went out wit Al to look around. Had a tour of PCT's factory, ogling all the different boas and other stuff in various stages of construction, then went to the Souk Mandicat Jumeirah (which one of Al's friends designed). After a drink and some time looking around the Souk we eventually decided to eat and had a great meal at a Lebanese restaurant there. Lots of local food, far more than we could eat, so we brought the ...


This hostel, located on Sharjah Heritage Area Al Meena Road (behind Al Zahra'a Mosque), Sharjah, is near Sharjah Aquarium, Al Qasba, Maritime Museum, and Sharjah Heritage Museum (Bait-al-Naboodah).
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