Golden Tulip Sharjah
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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
S: singing 'I believe I can fly' at the the top of our voices on a train home after a rather boozy dinner with the Colfers
D: the doors of the bus that kept flying open on our horrendous journey to Milford-Sound
J: the moment that Ollie got pooed on, on the face, by a bird in Heron Island
O: the clown/monster dressed man that jumped out at Mum on the train to Cusco, and her extremely loud reaction!
... until 6 so I had to wait a while and there was some right weirdos around! I swear one guy was taking pictures of me I moved out of there way, it started to get busier so I moved to the fence around the lake and eventually they came on, it was pretty cool!! Got some pictures but it didn't last very long! I then headed back into the mall to the metro and back to the hotel, I was shattered and got into bed pretty much straight away! My poor feet ...
After a huge sumptuous buffet breakfast at the hotel we set out for our tour of Dubai.
Our gude was excellent - giving us lots of facts regarding the United Arab Emirates. The UAE consists of 7 states, each with a royal family. Succession is not automatic - the Sheik appoints a crown prince - the most capable person to govern. There is also an elected body of common people who propose ...
... merits of frankincense from Sudan versus Iran versus Oman – no contest, nobody tries to argue the fact that the best stuff comes from southern Oman.
By the end of my wander back up and down the souk, shaded from the burning sun by the wooden roof over the alley, I felt like I was smelling of all the different perfumes – it certainly sticks in your nostrils,
For the princely sum of 1 dirham each (30c) we took an abra (water ...
... 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 ...