Arabian Beach Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Arabian Beach Hotel Sharjah
Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... stay in their lanes and drive right on the middle of the white lines. Needed to get petrol so our driver swerved into the petrol station then decided that their were far too many people waiting. We ended 4 wheel driving up over the concrete kerb thru a spot where cars aren't to go and back on the freeway. We stopped at a little group of shops for a few minutes on the way down. Finally got a video of some Arabian men in their costumes as you are not meant to film ...
... and road a camel. It was a very short experience, but nonetheless I road a camel. The most thrilling part was the camel lowering/elevating itself off of its knees. Unlike a horse, camels are very tall, and that is the way you get on them! I loved it!
Inside of this central area were a lot of "stations" I guess you could call them. There was a buffet, drinks (I had my glorious first beer since I've been out of the country!) hookah, souvenir shops, and a lady doing henna tattoos! ...
... it was only 80dhs but we drew on that and only hut one out of 10 moving targets each. We got a taxi back to the Rashadiya metro station alot easier than it took to get to the shooting club, due to the flooding yesterday the taxi drivers meter wasnt working, really we dont have the pay but the guy was sound and didnt try to rip us off so we gave him the 30 dhs. From there we got a seat the whole way back which was needed! Stephen wanted ...
... mm (inches)18.8
(3.711)Avg. precipitation ...
... centre, so that I could use the wifi and work out what to do next. Though when I sat down for a cuppa, I realised that doing anything else would mean taking more money out... This had been an expensive start to my trip! So all that was left to do was sit and watch some Ted talks, have a Skype, and nurse my brew for as long as I could make it last.
At 1am I got a taxi over to the airport, and settled in for 6 hours of trying to keep myself awake. Luckily, within five ...