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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... henna lady next where Katelyn got a henna tattoo that went from her elbow area right down her arm, across the top of her hand and down two of her fingers. Looks gorgeous and cost 20 dirhams (approx $7 AUD). Mum and I had little ones on our fore arm. Food was next, we had a selection of fried food, from vegetables to fish and even a samosa. Loved that one. After that we had salads and bbq fish and chicken. Lots to choose from and quite nice. A gentleman put an Arabian cloth ...
... was kind of set up like a fancy outlet mall where nothing was cheap like an outlet store. It was really nice however. Also, I ended up sneaking into the connecting 5 star hotel. We were looking at something and there was a beautiful wooden door. Someone asked, "I wonder where that goes?" ....so I opened it and went in and nobody stopped me. It was quite beautiful and I was pretty proud of myself for just barging in and acting like I owned the place.
After that....that's where ...
... 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. ...
Off early today, making the most of our last day in the city. We had decided to start in the old Bastakiya quarter to see something other than modern buildings and were entranced by what we found: narrow streets and passages twisting and turning amongst pale sand-coloured buildings all set against an azure blue sky, small courtyards with shady trees and shops selling all manner of Arabic goods.
It was very quiet with ...
... our luggage finally came. A taxi took us to the far side of the city to our hotel in Al Barsha, so we had plenty of time to admire the huge buildings of the cityscape – plus all the early morning traffic, which we discovered was not just early morning but constant.
On the way, we spotted several things from the guide book: mosques, an ancient fort, Dubai Creek with its dhows, and then the sight we were searching ...