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... by booking through an apparently dubious company) we got into our lovely, spacious apartments (yet another taste of luxury that Matt will no doubt dream about on our imminent trip).
Straight to the beach we went and Scott and Vic set off snorkelling to a nearby (well, more like 1km or so away) island before the sun went down. It was really calm and the water was beautifully warm with fairly good visibility that improved the closer to the island we got. The sun was well ...
The design includes many different influences, from Chinese, Egyptian to Aztecs.
The mosque took 11 years to build (1996-2007) and they are still working on the outside grounds to this day.
Not only the largest mosque but also the largest carpet in the world, weighing 35 tons. It is made of New Zealand and Iran wool, and took 1,300 craftsmen over two years to make.
Seven imported chandelier that incorporates millions of Swarovski Crystals.
Every wall ...
... a traditional oboe-like instrument, as well as the qurbah, a less formal counterpart that utilized the bagpipe instead. Each style had a special element of its own, though the firqah a little bit more pleasing to my ears. Looking around, I saw homes, palaces, and mosques, but a quick growl from my stomach stopped me short in front of a small shack from which wondrous scents of food originated. I ducked in and ...
... and turned into the main highway entering our lane, the middle of three. It overshot the dedicated right hand outside lane.
I immediately braked to avoid full on side impact. I did not swerve into the inside lane as this was full of heavy vehicles and obvious risk. Braking hard, I nearly avoided the collision, however the Datsun made contact with our right front wheel fender and bumper bar. Fortunately the impact was minimal but it could have been ...
... border checkpoints as we kept crisscrossing over the border line. On arrival we had a quick reconnoiter and visited the local fish market, and a fruit and vegetable market. A quiet afternoon around the pool with the aim of lasting until after dinner and sorting out the jet ...