Emirates Springs Hotel Apartments
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... exercise has started!’ Without waiting for a response for the dumbfounded guests, he stormed off. As he was making his way up the stairs of the theatre, other guests had already started making their way in to the theatre. A few minutes later I was joined by Roisin.
‘For exercise, for exercise, Romeo, Hotel, Alpha, blue code, blue code’, announced the public address system. There was no sign of any crew joining us in the theatre. Still ...
... ships at anchor off the coastline, waiting to receive oil headed to other parts of the world.
Fujairah city has a population of about 130,000 people of which 80% are expatriates. It is mountainous but also receives enough rain to grow dates and other crops. Being on the coast, fishing is also important.
Forgot to mention a few more facts about ...
... trip. I'd never gone through dunes in ...anything really... before. A friend (I'll call him Jim) who came with us had done it 4 times before and basically used the UAE Offroad book as his starting point. We started with the Fossil Rock route in Hatta (an enclave of Dubai) and then tacked on some other routes taking us through the mountains. This is a very useful guide and I think one also exists for Oman which ...
... truly beautiful buildings. In the city of Sharjah is a roundabout unlike any I've ever seen. There are 4 government buildings on the outside and in the center is a large sculpture of the Koran. Another interesting feature in Sharjah are the gas stations. Most of them have castle turrets on each side. Side note: gas costs about $1.87/gallon here.
As we drove through the emirate of Sharjah, the landscape around us began to change. The white sands of the desert began ...
... my final few days, feeling better as I descended back to Pokhara and celebrated my successful ABC expedition with a large steak!
I loved the friendliness of locals and trekkers in Nepal. I was in my element talking to anyone and everyone, gaining inspiration and ideas from travellers on adventures long and short. I will definitely return to Nepal one day, probably to attempt the fortnight’s ...