Al Deyafa Hotel Apartments 3
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... old hotel room though, and OZ for that matter! If you think I grumpy when I haven't had enough sleep, I think I am the devil reincarnated when I'm jet lagged!! Reaching 4pm in Sydney, 10am in Dubai, 7am in the UK! Jumped out of bed and headed straight for the shopping mall! Enjoyed breakfast with a view ;) the decided to spend the day at the Wild Wadi. Waterpark. I have been on holiday for over 3 weeks and have only just ...
... sand dune 4x4 fun! I got the front seat so it was an awesome view :-) had a few crazy drops we went over, but was all fun.
We then stopped to watch the sunset which was pretty awesome to see over the sand dunes. We had a slightly longer stop at this point as the guides were breaking their fast at 7.15pm, followed by prayers. From here we did a little more 4x4 to the Safari camp.
It was pretty impressive...camels all lined up at the front, and inside ...
... by their hygiene practices - or lack thereof. Patted camels, without getting spat on, photographed hawks and checked out wares. Food was authentic and was entertained by a male in pink undergarments and a tunic that lit up in the dark ( very impressive) and a belly dancer. Had a couple of beers at Darwin nightclub prices. Eventually we took the highway home - all lit up by lights down the middle of the 12 lanes (6 going each ...
... towards Kalba, and off the beaten track wadi scrambles in the surrounding mountains.
As the summer heat subsided and the weeks passed, the initial reservations and struggles were gradually replaced by confidence and the feeling that "yes, I can do this!" Routine was established with impressive commitment by all not to miss sessions and let the team down! An essential element of our urban runs was a sprint finish to ...
... unwind and let the body clocks catch up - that's the plan! We opted for the hotels Vietnamese Restaurant last night and boy was that a great decision! By the time we got to eating, the jet lag was kicking in and it was a fight to keep going. Our taste buds were delightfully shocked into waking consciousness by the wee trial starter the very pleasant waiter brought for us. We had told him that we had very little experience of this cuisine and he proudly talked us through some of ...