Concorde Fujairah Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Fujairah
... way back along the Corniche we bumped in to Captain Ponte who was talking to some locals who were sanding behind a wire mesh. It turns out they were excavating some long lost building of a bygone civilisation. I was going to ask the Commandante for a photo as we missed out on the one last night but I thought ‘leave the man be’. He is probably worn out after all that hand shaking and smiling and just out for a peaceful stroll.
On deciding to take ...
... after us didn't. We walked up to the small fort overlooking the mosque and it also overlooks the oasis behind it. the fort was built to protect the oasis which was getting water from an aquifer.
And then it is back to Dubai, lickety split, "beep, beep, beep, beep, brake, brake, beep, beep" all the way. We returned in time to hit the rush hour traffic around the Dubai Mall. We drove along the monorail system for awhile and ...
... 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 ...
... today was Friday unlike Dubai.
As we crossed the mountains, we entered the Emirate of Ras al-Khaimah, another very conservative Emirate. It is a different landscape from what we saw in and around Dubai, with fairly high mountains, multi colored sand dunes and deep wadis. We made a stop at what is called locally the "Grand Canyon", a deep canyon on the edge of the road.
We passed through several oasis, green and ...
... driers back in room – 2 this time, as carpet still damp and beginning to whiff a bit. That means cabin out of action most of day as they are really noisy.
Have decided to have 2 lazy days to begin with, and then go on a tour in Muscat – not just because you have to pay for the visa even if you stay on board, but the tour sounds quite interesting with a market and souk visit – maybe some retail therapy as silver is one of their specialities! That will ...
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