Golden Tulip Sharjah
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... this evil that the world sees and not the 99.9% of the Muslim population who follow the five pillars of Islam peacefully. After the mosque we visited the Burj Al Arab (The Spinnaker towers bigger brother) and then onto the Atlantis on the Palm, which is a replicant of the Atlantis Hotel in Barbados. The palm is a man made area of reclaimed land containing some of the richest property in Dubai, on the way to the Mall of Emirates we also drove back past The Dubai ...
... rolled out of bed, went to the gym, walked to the shops to get some food and then lazed on the couch watching Sex in the City 2 because it was set in Abu Dhabi. We got picked up at 4 and headed to the desert about an hour later we pulled off, put the tyre pressure down and then fanged it into the dunes. It was seriously like a scene from Aladdin with the warm red sand dunes and ripples through them. Our driver was crazy, I have know idea how he kept control of the vehicle. I ...
... The view is amazing but very high up! See the pics of our room and bathroom - fab! Bit of luxury to celebrate getting the MA! Well that's my excuse! From our hotel bedroom window we could see the tallest building in the world and from the lift foyer window we could see the 'world islands' out in the sea. Wow! What a place. After a 'rain' shower, crisps, Toblerone and cups of tea from the mini bar we collapsed into bed and ...
... the hotel around 8am but couldn't check in until 2pm. Serious bummer. We went upstairs to the "change room" and Bradden had a shower while I sat on the floor in the corridor. We finally got in contact with my cousin Kiera who key us jump in her car and go back to her apartment to relax. We got there and Bradden went straight for the shower. Kiera and I went to the pharmacy and supermarket and bought a few essentials. Bradden and I both had a 3 hour nap and ate some food. Bradden ...
... 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 ...