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... minutes before we arrived. After the toilet stop we drove through Sharjah and out into the desert spotting the occasional camel. The next stop was at the Friday Market which was about a kilometre of stalls along each side the road selling fruit, vegetables and carpets. The market was just as the desert ended and the Hajar mountains just near the town of Masafi which we then drove through on the way to Dibba which is on the border with Oman. We ...
... being grilled in front of you to enjoy right away. Though we were interested to experience the souk once again, we opt not to pass that way. We chose the shorter way.
Among the rocky mountains of Fujeirah, you would notice the UAE flag being painted on the surface on several mountains - around 2 to 3 mountain surfaces.
You would know you are near to the main city when you have gone through the mountains and about to descend, and the ...
... for them. How about this strap line: ‘Fak me! It’s Khor Fakkan. What a nice place to spend your holidays! (And we definitely have no ties to Al Quaida!!)’
In a lot of these Middle Eastern ports, it is not allowed to walk in the port area so free shuttle buses are provided that take you to the port gate. It this case, the shuttle bus dropped us at the fish market at the start of the Corniche. We took a shortcut through this fish market. ...
... is determined to take us to the beach so instead of heading back towards Dubai, he is heading further up the coast. He passes an old mosque and fort and slows briefly but then continues on. We ask where we are heading and he keeps saying something about the beach. We finally put the squash on it and let him know we are not eager to go to the beach so we stop for lunch at a chicken place. My hubby finally hits the nail on the head - we will ...
... our last stop of the day, we headed back into the mountains in the direction of Dubai. After about 45 minutes, the landscape changed once again, and this time, it was red sand dunes that we saw. If I'm honest, I will admit that I shed some tears when I saw them. I remember looking at my dad's National Geographic magazines as a child and being mesmerized by the pictures of the sand dunes of the Sahara. I've always wanted to see that, and this comes pretty close. It was so cool ...