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Travel Blogs from Sharjah
... of fish tank (I didn't pay to go inside). Zooming around in the large tank, grey reef sharks, leopard sharks, eagle rays, marbled rays, a leopard ray, giant groupers, hundreds of jacks, moray eels, and a lot of dead coral. It's still mean though keeping the animals cooped up.
The Burj Khalifa is the tallest building in the world. It stands at 830m tall, with 211 floors and it can still be seen from 84km away! It's far taller than any other building here ...
... at different times. We visited the spice souk with its amazing containers of fresh spices. There were dried lemons, fresh saffron, and all manner of others. everywhere you go they come out form their stores and try to entice you in. The material was stunning, we would have loved to stop to admire but that would have the shop keepers descend on you to try to get you to buy, There was also the Utensils souk where we sae 55litre pots along with all manner of serving ...
Day 37 Dubai, Saudi Arabia
We arrived at the pier at 1p in Dubai. This is a city we have watched on travel channels for many years and have always wanted to visit.
The skyline was massive with many tall buildings, but none as tall as the Burj Khalifa. The buildings are very sleek and modern, none are the same.
The weather was hazy, warm and not humid as we are desert based. We had an afternoon tour that would take us ...
... am not there to support any regime or criticize one for that matter. I am not a fan of many parts of the Iranian revolution, but Iran is a fascinating culture of artists and thinkers, religions, culture, Islamic history, and the fact that it is difficult to get to (you have to carry cash, it is worse than Cuba, there are no financial connections to the West) means it would be of-the-beaten track and a real discovery. Plus, Iranian kindness and hospitality is ...
... was special. I mean that in the good way AND the bad way. In the morning we drove to a Maasai bomb for the volunteer work that mom signed us up for. When we walked in, they greeted us with a song. It was around 6 women and their children. We only met one of the husbands, but there were three brothers married to all the wives. We got right to work. The work we were doing was building a house. The way we did this was we wove bundles of twigs in between larger and thicker ...
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