Hatta Fort Hotel
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Proper dune bashing adventure to the campsite, with only about 4 getting stuck instances!
Really nice area to camp and got there just in time for sunset, weather perfect now.
Great food and great company, including the random camel guy in the morning and potentially the owner of some of the strange footprints depending on who/what they belonged to, and excluding the scorpion under my ...
A bit of a messy day today-spent a lot of time waiting for a bus to take us to the Singapore Flyer which is a massive big wheel which has glassed in rooms with tables and chairs where you sit and view Singapore from on high. it takes about half an hour to go right round and we were all set to do it but the weather was a bit dicey and when we were told ...
... emirate. Dubai is the name of both the city and the emirate. So even when we left the city of Dubai behind, we were still in Dubai.
As we drove northwest through the desert, we began to spot camels on the side of the road. After just a short time, we came to the border and crossed into Sharjah, the neighboring third largest emirate. Sharjah is ruled by the Al Qasimi family and is the most conservative emirate in the UAE. Here, no alcohol is served, shoulders and ...
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November 2, Wahiba sands, Back home via Hatta pools
Time to get back home, but not without visiting the beautiful red sand dunes of Wahiba area… in fact, their color is called « strawberry red »… very different from the dunes of Namibia. Here, it would appear that only the top layer is red, underneath the golden sand…gorgeous with its rippled effects. Lance wants to drive deeper into the desert…but will ...
Today we ventured through several of the Emirates as well as a portion of Oman. We drove east through the Emirate of Sharjah, which starts right at the edge of the city of Dubai and is in sharp contrast to the "liberal" Emirate of Dubai and very strict in its enforcement of Islamic traditions. From an onlooker's point of view, it does not look much different in its architecture and other sights. What was different is all shops were ...