Bin Majid Beach Hotel
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... which was creating other adventurous options in our head.
I remembered that my sister and her gang were at RAK (Ras Al Khaima) for a weekend long board play. Right after lunch, I asked the location of my sister in RAK. She asked me to call her when they're in the area, but I told her we were not yet sure if we're going. But out of nowhere, the question arose again... "are we going to Ras Al Khaima?" With thirst for adventure, we went. We drove for ...
... the ground (there root structures were as minimal as I've seen so they almost fell over just touching them). I piled all of them up and made a fire pit in a space sheltered from the mountain breeze. At this point the headlamp was needed.
I set up my sleeping bag and got out the food. We enjoyed peanut butter sandwiches and finished with a donuts. I clicked the headlamp off to view the stars and was not disappointed. In fact, the stars were so bright that a ...
... Resort to the gym, but it was a little late, so I just stayed in the apartment and watched telly. I found this awesome channel that had things like Castle and Bones and Ugly Betty and HIMYM and The Nine Lives of Chloe King on, and I liked EVERY SINGLE SHOW that was on it, so I just left that on. My mum came home about 4:15, ...
... there rooms who is from kenya but studied in manchester and she seems like a really nice person and was like i'll take you to dubai and all these places so it seems like ive made a good friend there except shes gone home for afew days.
then on my first say on my course i met all the guys doing mec eng n hung out with them after class... they were all really nice just ...
... and there were no road signs. We hadn't booked a boat tour in advance, choosing to simply go to the harbor and ask around. So we tried to stay along the coast road in the hopes of coming across that kind of harbor. The road curled around away from the water, and on a whim we decided to follow a line of cars as it turned through the town, which was fortuitous since we stumbled across the Khasab fort (or Khasab Castle as it styles itself). ...