Golden Tulip Sharjah
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... but it was a bit gutting he didnt crank on the arab tunes to give it that feel or being in the desert. After a couple photo stops we stopped off at the gigantic ant infested camp where you get your camel ride, something ivar said he is definately not doing. Not wanting to look like a bell piece going about on a camel myself i chose not to go either. Straight onto the quads it was. The guy doing the quads tried to charge us £20 more than ...
As the clock past midnight we were still waiting patiently in the departure terminal of Perth International Airport to check in for our flight home! The hours passed by pretty slowly until 3am arrived and we could finally collect our boarding passes and check in our luggage! It had been a long wait but finally things were moving. After passing through security we grabbed a quick bite to eat and made our way to gate number 1 where we would be boarding our ...
... she spend the entire cruise with us. Had dinner at a Lebanese restaurant. Points to Note - the array of spices available and sold at the spice souk us amazing!!!. I have never seen soo many spice and now have a new appreciation for Middle Eastern foods. The guy at the spice store was very keen to educate us on all ...
... and Ryad. We spent nearly an hour there Amazing. We then drove through Abu Dhabi to the Corniche where David had been a few weeks ago for the Red Bull Air Race and saw the palace, the palace hotel (7 star), then on to Yas Island where the V8 and the Formula Ones race then back to Dubai for a few hours sightseeing including the worlds tallest building, the Worlds biggest shopping mall, the Sheiks palace, the beaches and the business centre. As we had been to ...
As I stepped off the plane onto the runway at Sharjah Airport, I was briefly excited about my first "visit" to the Middle East. This feeling was short lived however when I realised that it would be 6 hours until my flight even appeared on the departures board. To make matters worse, there was nothing at Sharjah Airport at all - a duty free shop, a small food court and some chairs. There was also a transit hotel, but they wanted US$160 for 12 hours. Paying that ...