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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... first. One thing that surprises me is the large variety of fashion here, you'll see everything from men wearing a traditional dish-dash (looks like a dress) and women wearing heels bigger than my head. Maybe it's just Avi ;D but the traffic here is not like home. It's not unusual to see cars routinely ignoring a no U-turn sign or outrageous speeding. While that's common is lots of big cities, I sense a confident edgy-ness to the drivers here. More to come on our day in the ...
... back Qasbah on the canal. Here we were reminded of Singapore's Boat and Clark Quays with trendy cafes, restaurants and hotels occupying the restored buildings lining the waterfront. Having both taken flights on The London Eye previously, we weren't tempted to fly the Emirates Eye, which is little more than an oversized Ferris wheel by comparison. ...
After a long last week at work and a crazy weekend dashing about in Birmingham, Monday morning arrived and the suitcase was still empty! Several stressed hours later, with text messages to the conference girls and phone calls with Noz, I managed to settle the suitcase at 22.5kgs. Not bad considering we are actually allowed 30! And that includes a beach towel as well...impressive if I do say so myself. My taxi arrived on time to get me to the airport, ...
... as 9 can be married off; that a man is entitled to have 4 wives, and that stoning is an acceptable form of punishment for adultery (it's mostly the women who get punished for relations outside marriage, although it takes 2 to tango!). However, these laws are invoked infrequently, especially the stoning because of worldwide condemnation. A positive side effect of the Internet. Women have it a lot better in Iran than in some ...
... train. When we finally got back to our hotel we waited in the lobby for someone to pick us up and take us on this desert safari that we had book. Our tour guide came and took us to some sand dunes along with 3 other lovely people who were very nice and friendly. Though they were kiwis not Aussies. When we got to the sand dunes the driver turned off the road and we started out adventure with dune bashing. Dune bashing was so much fun and I ...