Radisson Blu Resort Fujairah
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... our spot with the Captain!!
The show, the first one of the cruise was a variety of song and dance with colourful costumes as well as a unicycle juggler and some Chinese bendy people. There are normally 2 shows each evening. One at 6:30 for those who are on late dining and a show at 9:30 for those of us on early dining.
On the last few cruises we have bumped in to at least 1 person we know. Other than Rafa the Captain, Roisin bumped in to Joe ...
... the sentence. He also speaks Hindi and Arabic but based on the different people to whom he spoke at various times throughout the day, I think it was all coming out of his mouth about the same. Wonder what the interpretation is of Indian sing-song dialect with Arabic words?
He offered to show us things on the drive to Fujairah but we told him we had to be there by noon. So we're off. Getting out of Dubai is like driving ...
... eased backward. Without much fuss we were on our way again and despite my having a bit of a spit about safety over it I think it was good we had an experience early on of getting stuck and then how easy it can be to recover. It made our jaunt it seem less risky ultimately. Obviously if we had become stuck in soft sand on a horizontal surface things would have ended differently. We'd have had to call for help as ...
... line. Things that were included when we first started cruising are available with a fee things like ship tours were free then on other lines $50 on this ship it's $150 Per person. Other small things we have noticed like a glass of orange juice, you get an orange juice like drink or you can buy a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice. Val got some watered down apple juice and In your cabin there are less toiletries and ...
... in the same region would be loyal to the same ruler, but because of the UAE's nomadic past, many families originally from different areas settled far from their sheikhs. For example, in the east coast, which largely belongs to Fujairah, if there was a town or a cluster of families that was loyal to the sheikh of Ras al-Khaimah or Sharjah, the borders would be drawn so that their town was an exclave of one of those emirates, rather than forcing ...
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