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The next day we drove up Jebel Hafeet, a small mountain 15km south of Al Ain, a small city in the southeast of the UAE nearby Oman. It is a long boring highway drive to get there... next time we'll have to figure out a more interesting route using the offroad book. We certainly had a lot of fun when we arrived though. Come to think of it, we …
TL;DR: I made a playlist of videos here. I also made a map of the 4WD trip we did on the second day here.
I HAD BEER. Enough said! Never thought I would like Fosters. Turns out 3 months of beer deprivation will make me love dishwater.
Tallest building: tick. This is about 800m high. It is …
... and communication between buyers and suppliers to create mutual beneficial partnerships in a sustainable environment. After his practice workshop I got to know that I use logic and emotions to persuade in negotiations.
The day couldn’t end better, an informal dinner and drinks with ACTE members where I got the chance to listen to funny and sometimes scary stories given by their years of experience.
... across my mind where just before a stoning in the ‘Life of Brian’, John Cleese asks the predominantly bearded males if there are any women present. Perhaps the stadium was full of women but heavily disguised!!
The game finished 2-1 to the home team. We made our exit a few minutes early to beat the rush which we did with ease.
We never made it home for Match of the Day but when the whole day has been a winner we were happy to linger in our memories a little while ...
The weather has been nice too, about 23 degrees I think. Our hotel has a pool on the roof but we haven't done any swimming yet. We're moving on again at 12:50 tomorrow when we fly to Mumbai. The next part of our adventure is about to begin...pretty much a whole month in India. It should be fun and hopefully it'll generate some more stories/ memories!