Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... in the back. The more the car slid the more we laughed and egged the driver on even more. When we stopped there were quite a few stunned mullets getting out of other vehicles - don't think they had thought about how tyres react to soft sand and Newtons laws of Physics. Eventually got to the Bedouin camp and had traditional coffee drunk through dates, donuts and roti. Coffee tasted good but we don't know what extra taste ...
... even the VIP area!). The night had cooled down and the atmosphere was pumping so we stayed for a few cocktails enjoying the very social and million dollar lifestyle of Dubai's nightlife. As we got up to pay the bill we were told that it was all compliments of the hotel! We should have stayed for a few more :D It was yet another incredible night, and even though we were going home tomorrow, we were ok. It certainly ended on a high!
... 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 ...
... We saw about 5 stars! You could probably see more in London!!! Our tour driver, Adel, took us back to our hotel afterwards. We wandered past all the fancy cars, Rolls Royces, Bentleys and even a Ferrari, into the hotel. I guess those lucky buggers are the ones occupying the suites with the fish tank walls! We tried to stay awake all night so we could sleep on the plane but unfortunately, after watching Ricky Gervais's Science, we were ready for ...
... lane highway towards Abu Dhabi and you’ve very soon left the Vegas-esque skyline behind you and you’re out in the real desert, complete with very soft and fine sand, sand dunes and even the occasional camel. This is what a desert is supposed to look like! Not that there are any wild camels of course – they vanished a very long time ago. Camels are farmed for their meat and milk and the lucky ones are bred to race. The latter is a favorite sport and pastime of ...
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