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The neighbouring Emirate of Sharjah is rich with history from nomadic Beduin trading days and is unique in that its land straddles the peninsular.
We spent the day there, wandering the laneways of the heritage precinct, visiting the informative Sharjah Heritage Museum and the noisy, bustling Animals and Birds Market before heading to ...
... think alex is punchin above his weight. He must have a really big...bank balance haha. We spent hours in there drinking moroccan tea, eating amazing munch and smoking shisha. Ryan had to go home as he had a visitor to go meet downtown. He waited until alex came back from droppin of olga home first though. He said he would be back but i knew he wouldnt be as he paid his part of the bill before he left the sneaky little mutant. Alex had ...
... circuit of it. I also spotted a few Bugatti Veyrons (one the road and another one in the shop), a couple of Ferraris and Maseratis (not many Lamborghinis surprisingly).
After this I headed back to the Apartment and tried to look into booking the bus and accommodation in Oman. That should be my next destination. It wasn't easy to work it out online but finally I found some information about ONTC (Omani National Transport Company) which has buses twice a day to ...
... explaining that I am still a baby when it comes to speaking and understanding the travel language of RFPs, SLAs, TMCs, and OBTs. This being so, there was more knowledge and experience all around me at the conference than I could possible take in or even take notes of - and it was wonderful. There were four sessions for the day and two particularly stood out to me. The first was a talk on social media and ...
... v- Manchester United. Kick-off is at 20:30 so Roisin and I will be heading out early to try and pick up some tickets.
Our plan today is to take the Ferry down to Dubai Marina then from there head for the monorail that travels the length of the Palm Jumeirah.
It was back to normality at Al Ras metro station where for 14 dirhams (£2.60) an all-day travel pass can be purchased (in standard class, for a change). On the platform we noticed yet another special ...