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Now back to a gravel road, we drove to another mountain range where we were to have lunch. The gravel turned into a dried out river bed of huge rocks which we bounced across to get to a natural spring area for our picnic lunch. This time our seat belts kept us from hitting the ceiling.
... they did there when we ordered our ice cream. The guy serving us scoops up the ice cream in two large spoons and then starts tossing the ice cream ball in the air as he walks over to a large cold bench top. He drops the ice cream on the bench top then we got to choose other toppings to go with the ice cream. They then mix it all up on the bench top and put it into the cup. During that time the rest of the staff and dancing around and singing. ...
... landmarks of Fujeirah; The Al Bidiya Mosque and its 2 towers at the top of the mountain. The Al Bidiya Mosque is among the oldest and very first mosques in the UAE. With the help of the government of Dubai, it was restored to its former glory. The well in front of the mosque is still present up to now though its no longer in use.
The mosque is just as majestic as it was; approximately built on 1446, its made of stones, mud, and bricks, and ...
... a line of trees down the centre of this strip. I also noticed that there weren't many tufts of grass in this park but there was a small play area for kids consisting of the old tyre for a swing trick!! How many trees and blades of grass does an area need before it can be classed as a park? As Roisin pointed out, the central reservation on the highway has probably more of a claim to be classed as a park than the ‘park’!!
Across the road there ...
... after us didn't. We walked up to the small fort overlooking the mosque and it also overlooks the oasis behind it. the fort was built to protect the oasis which was getting water from an aquifer.
And then it is back to Dubai, lickety split, "beep, beep, beep, beep, brake, brake, beep, beep" all the way. We returned in time to hit the rush hour traffic around the Dubai Mall. We drove along the monorail system for awhile and ...