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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... stage several people are feeling quite stressed,it is very hot and there are NO TOILETS.Well to be totally immersed in gold is quite overpowering and in a word quite sickening.We find a seat and people watch .By this stage several people had had enough and were looking to return to their hotels. We were driven back to ours but it took absolutely ages due to the incredible traffic jams. The pool was great and we spent the afternoon there before heading back to ...
... the top and cascades all the way to the bottom. Not sure how many floors it is but a lot. OH, and there is a dress code to get into the Burj. No casual dress but very smart casual, very smart.
The Junsui is actually downstairs again so we've gone up through the lobby, past the expensive shops, past the water fountains, past the mosaic floors, and then back down to the ground floor and into the Jonsui where we have about 5 minutes ...
... answer to that question "Yes, I am, isn't it obvious?" Scenery changed from camel-ridden desert to mountainous, rocky outcrops. If snow was possible in this region it would have resembled the European Alps. The adventure continued as we drove through gates, check points and inspections to reach the Omani passport control where we paid our 50 dirhams each to enter the country. Yahoo, we are on our way to the Oman coast - but no! Just ...
... were so high, I couldn't see straight down; regardless, what I could see took my breath away.
The haze from the sand was too thick to make out The Palm, but I was just able to make out the edges of The World (a group of private islands of reclaimed land just off the coast that is in the shape of the world). I stepped outside onto the observation deck and was hit with the heat of the desert. I walked to the edge and peered out through the spaces in the glass. Without the glass, ...
... half hour to traditional Arabic song. We watched the show from the shade of a restaurant veranda, as at 40ish degrees this was our hottest day and gosh it felt like it!
We headed to 360 degrees bar for a late afternoon cocktail to take in our final views of the city before the sunset, then headed out for dinner at Aprons and Hammers – aptly named as you literally need both to tackle your ...
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