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... over the beautiful Phewa Lake. I embarked upon the popular 8-10 day hike to Annapurna Base Camp (ABC) with a spring in my step and wasn’t disappointed with the glorious mountain vistas. As with many Nepali hikes, trekking was conveniently serviced with restaurants and guesthouses at rock bottom prices. I didn’t once consider a guide or porter to carry my backpack as navigation was straightforward ...
... Here, we also visited the oldest and smallest mosque, the Bidiyah Mosque, found in the Emirates. Above it, was a fort dating back several hundred years served to protect the area during the "pirates time" and the tribal wars. The landscape is dotted with similar forts and watch towers to protect the land from possible invaders.
Our last stop was a photo opportunity at the Bithnah fort in the small oasis of ...
... and said there was no leak, and that water must have been off shower curtain running down. I’ll wait and see – still water there tonight and I haven’t had a shower, but it is clean water, so will just keep mopping it!
No more moans – rest of the day was fine!
Enjoyed updating the blog and sitting on balcony in shade but nice and warm. Realised at 3.30 that I hadn’t had lunch, so tried Seaview café on Deck 12. Toasted paninis etc ...
Today I woke up as we were approaching the emirate of Fujairah, on the UAE's east coast. This region feels like you are in another country, as the smaller buildings and rugged mountains starkly contrast the urban sprawl of Dubai. We ate breakfast at the ship's buffet as the ship pulled into the industrial port outside of Fujairah.
Fujairah, one of the UAE's seven emirates and the only emirate on the Gulf of Oman, is also one of the least ...
... only once or twice.'
"It's ok if you flip it tomorrow," John said. "Maybe tomorrow, but not today."
Moustaf laughed and took a hand off the wheel to give John a high five.
When we got to the bottom, he immediately asked us if we wanted to go again. We all sort of mumbled something halfway between a yes and a no.
"I don't really mind...I guess..." I said.
"She wants to go in," John cut in.
That settled it. Up we went ...