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... from Scott.
we went on our dessert safari last night in beautiful 41 degree heat. We were picked up at 3.30pm on the dot by our driver in a land cruiser 4wd complete with padded roll bars. It was a 40 min drive to our rendeavouz point in another state of the Emirates. We were about 70km from the Oman border near Hatta. We ere in red sand country which had bigger dunes than the traditional white sands of the Dubai emirates. There are around 2000 cars each ...
... and agreed to meet at a point when we reach Fujeirah.
On the way to Fujeirah you will experience the dessert sand, the interesting souks, the long tunnels underneath the rocky mountains, and passing through the rocky mountains broken to make way for the roads, and thinking of options on where to pass through.
We did not hesitate any minute when we passed by a beautifully landscaped-by-the-wind sand dune, we immediately had pictures ...
... was not busy at all. Raewyn just had to concentrate to stay in the lines. The Pieter spotted a camel. He got very excited. The eventually we saw more and more camels. The desert was impressive. When we got to Al Ain we found the local museum without an wrong turns. Getting into Al Ain was a huge series of roundabouts. At the museum there was a bit fort. It looked like a giant sand castle. The museum itself was very interesting and well laid out. It had a good display ...
... border checkpoints as we kept crisscrossing over the border line. On arrival we had a quick reconnoiter and visited the local fish market, and a fruit and vegetable market. A quiet afternoon around the pool with the aim of lasting until after dinner and sorting out the jet ...
... they wrapped in a slice of bread and they were making a killing! I learned to look before going to a public loo when I discovered no paper in the cubicle- too late and discovered when I came out two big rolls on the entrance to the Ladies where you had to rip of the required amount. Very odd! Off to Dubai tomorrow where we have an arrival time of ...